The Morning Show

The Morning Show – July 2, 2007

Alarming Growth in the Prison Population and the case of Genarlo Wilson
Demico Boothe, Author of "Why Are So Many Black Men in Prison?"; served 12 years in prison for possessing a small amount of crack. blackmeninprison.com,
Marc Lamont Hill, Assistant professor of Urban Education and American Studies at Temple University. He’s also on the Board "My 5th", founded by B.J. Bernstein, attorney for Genarlow Wilson. my5th.org

Conflict on the Left: An Op-ed in The Nation by Joaquin Villalobos, the Murderer of Roque Dalton, El Salvador’s Man of Letters
Saul Landau, fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies, film maker
Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of The Nation

"From the Palmer Raids to the Patriot Act: A History of The Fight for Free Speech in America", Christopher Finan, author

Supreme Court Limits the use of Race in School Placement
Kimberly Thomas Rapp, Director of Law and Public Policy for the Equal Justice Society
Rick Ayers, former Berkeley High School teacher and Ph d candidate at UC Berkeley

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