The Morning Show

The Morning Show – April 2, 2007

Attorney General of the United States, then and now

Roberto Gonzalez, Associate Professor of Anthropology at San Jose State and author of the book "Anthropologists in the Public Sphere: Speaking Out on War, Peace, and American Power." Jay Bookman, Deputy Editorial Page Editor of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

A Community Discussion on Hip Hop and Gender

Juba Kalamka, a founding member of the "homohop" crew, "Deep Dickollective", and creator of the label, Sugartruck Recordings Joan Morgan, author of "When Chicks come home to Roost: a Hip Hop Feminist Breaks It Down"

A Film about The nightmare for Iraqis on the ground in Iraq

Salam Talib, Former Pacifica Reporter from Iraq, now living in the Bay Area
Michael Tucker, co-director with Petra Epperlein of the film, "The Prisoner or: How I Planned to Kill Tony Blair"

Opal Palmer-Adisa on Raising Compassionate Children

Susan Dermond, author of "Calm and Compassionate Children: a Handbook"

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