Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – January 28, 2007

In the first hour…

First, an interview with artist and author Dorothy Fall… Her new book about her late husband is "Bernard Fall: Memories of a Soldier-Scholar". Fall was one of the first people to predict that America’s participation in the Vietnam War would be a disaster. Then, Washington Post journalist Anthony Shadid on Iraq. Shadid won the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting, and is the author of "Night Draws Near: Iraq’s People In the Shadow of America’s War" (Picador).

And, in the second hour…

Reflections on Death and Dying.

Surgeon Pauline Chen is the author of "Final Exam: A Surgeon’s Reflections on Mortality" (Knopf). Anneli Rufus, East Bay Express writer, is the author of "The Farewell Chronicles [How we really Reaspond to Death]" (Marlowe & Company) Martin Sanchez is a long-time direct-services volunteer at Maitri, a San Francisco long-term 24-hour care facility for people living with AIDS.

• The cost of independent media is high. Donate today to KPFA!      • Get Woke with Rising up with Sonali at 5 am, Democracy Now at 6 am, Upfront at 7 am and Democracy Now again at 9 am      • For more morning news and information check out UpFront daily 7am-9am      •       

Share This