The Morning Show

The Morning Show – December 11, 2006

7:08 U.S. Clean Air Standards on the decline

Frank O’Donnell, President of Clean Air Watch, www.cleanairwatch.org

Michael Green, Executive Director and founder of Center for Environmental Health

7:33 Report on the Indigenous World Uranium Summit

Robert Tohe, Sierra Club Environmental Justice organizer,

Anna Rondon, dine (navajo) activist who was active with the South West Indigenous Uranium Forum, and currently is working with the international action center around depleted uranium issues,

8:08 Impact of U.S. Military bases on Guam (indigenously called ‘Guahan’)

Victoria Leon Guerrero is an author of semi-autobiographical children’s book about growing up on Guahan called "Lola’s Journey Home” and is working on her Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing at Mills College

Julian Aguon, writer-activist from the island of Guahan(Guam), is the author of the new book “The Fire This Time: Essays on Life Under US Occupation”,

Michael Lujan Bevacqua is a Ph.D candidate in Ethnic Studies at the University of California, San Diego and the editor of the Minagahet (Truth) Zine, www.geocities.com/minagahet

8:36 Opal Palmer Adisa on Parenting and Money during the Holiday Season

Janice King, Education and Community Relations Specialist at the Center for Financial Education

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