The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 17, 2007

A New, New Way Forward in Iraq?

Matthew Rothchild, editor, The Progressive – www.progressive.org
Congresswomen Barbara Lee, speaks about introducing a new Bill in Congress to bring troops home in 6 months

David Bacon on Labor
Hotel workers in the South Bay
Raquel Alvarez, a housekeeper out on disability, home
Enrique Fernandez, president, UNITE HERE Local 19 in San Jose,

Cafeteria workers on the Peninsula
Catherine Cusik, UNITE HERE organizer

Understanding the Realities of War: A Community Meeting
The Coming Home Project, 1st Congregational Church, 2345 Dana, Berkeley
Friday Jan. 19 7 – 9 PM, and Saturday January 20
Sharon Salzberg – cofounder of the Insight Meditation Society (IMS) in Barre, Massachusetts.
Joseph Bobrow – founder of Deep Streams Institute. He is a licensed psychologist in San Francisco and a faculty member at the Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California and he is A Zen master since 1987,
Steve Robinson – Gulf War veteran, Director of Government Affairs for Veterans for America

Ledisi
Oakland soulsinger returns to the Bay with new music, gigs at Yoshi’s this week and a voice class at Berkeley’s Jazzschool
Gigs at Yoshi’s at Jack London Square, Jan. 17-21
www.ledisi.com ; www.yoshis.com ; www.jazzschool.com

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