The Morning Show

The Morning Show – November 30, 2006

7:08 Police Brutality in NYC
De Lacy Davis, The founder and president of Black Cops Against Police Brutality and a 15-year veteran of the East Orange, N.J., police department,

Jakada Imani, Campaign Director for Books Not Bars a program of the Ella Baker Center– ellabakercenter.org

7:33 Greens win the Richmond mayor’s race—and what next?
Gayle McLaughlin, mayor elect of Richmond, CA, IN STUDIO
Forrest Hill, Former Green Party Candidate for Secretary of State and Election reform advocate

808 KPFA Peace Awards

Lemlem Rijio, Interim General Manager at KPFA, discusses the KPFA Peace Awards honoring California, Poet Laureate Al Young. Event: Saturday December 2nd, 6-9PM, First Unitarian Church of Oakland 685 14th Street. RSVP required: 415-848-6767, x255.

8:20 Jennifer Stone

8:36 Isabel Allende, her newest book is "Ines of My Soul: A Novel"

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