The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 24, 2007

The State of Dis-Union

Elizabeth de la Vega, former Chief of the San Jose US Attorney’s Office and author of the "United States v George W Bush et al"
Congressman Dennis Kucinich, ask for Natalie Laber and say we have an interview scheduled

David Bacon on Labor

John Travis, president, California Faculty Association, Humboldt State U.
talking about stalled negotiations and chancellors’ salaries
Miguel Lopez, organizer for Teamsters talking about the campaign to organize the truck drivers in the LA harbor

100 Families in Oakland Make Art

Sonia Manjon, program director for "100 families Oakland"
Mildred Howard, is a prolific mixed media and installation artist, she curated and was the inspiration for the 100 families Oakland exhibit
Jimi Evins is art director at the East Oakland Youth Development Center and participating artist in 100 families Oakland Exhibit: At the Oakland Museum of California, 1000 Oak Street in Oakland, musuemca.org

Creating Inclusive Progressive Organizations: Intersections of Race, Class, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Other Oppressions
Alma Songi Beck, attorney and diversity consultant. (Korean American)
A director for Our Family Coalition and the Transgender Law Center.
Terry Berman, multicultural consultant and trainer, born and raised in South Africa and radicalized by apartheid.
Event: Creating Inclusive LGBT Organizations, Thursday, 2/15, 2007;

5pm – 8pm San Francisco LGBT Community Center, Room 301
1800 Market Street, San Francisco

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