The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 18, 2009

The Morning Show looks into the overthrow of the President of Madagascar. Then a review of Pope Benedict XVI's trip to Africa and the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Then David Bacon on Labor goes to the picket line where workers are protesting UC Berkeley Lay Offs. In the second houranother edition of Letters to Washington: The First 100 Days with Mitch Jeserich. Wrapping up the program “Shout Art by Women Veterans” with Tia Christopher, with Swords to Plowshares Women Veteran Coordinator, and Kayla Williams, Iraq Veteran and author “Love My Rifle More Than You”.

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