The Morning Show

The Morning Show – The Bush environmental legacy

the Morning Show discusses the Bush environmental legacy with Trip Van Noppen, President of Earth Justice, followed by the story of the National Archives' efforts to pry loose the White House emails. Then Morning Show labor correspondent, David Bacon, discusses the impact of events in the Middle East on Arab American union members and US Labor Against the War.
In the second hour Rashid Khalidi, Director of Middle East Inst., Columbia Univ. and author of "The Iron Cage: The Story of the Palestinian Struggle for Statehood" reflects on the Israeli attacks on Gaza. Wrapping up the program Jakada Imani, Executive Director of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights discusses the death of Oscar Grant at Fruitvale BART.

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