The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 24, 2007

Bill Galvin, counseling coordinator at the Center for Conscience and
War, , ,
G.I. rights hotline,
Carl Conetta, co-director of Project on Defense Alternatives

"Down in New Orleans, Reflections from a Drowned City,"
Billy Sothern, is an anti-death penalty lawyer and author of ,

Which Child Left Behind
Monty Neill, Ed.D., Director of the National Center for Fair &
Open Testing (FairTest)
Rick Ayers, founder of the Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) small school in Berkeley High School
Bayview Hunters’ Point March for Environmental Justice
Marie Harrison, community organizer with Green Action,
SAT. 8/25 12:00pm Assemble in front of PG&E Hunters Point Power Plant-Evans Ave. & Middlepoint

Berkeley Farmers Markets 20th Anniversary
Kirk Lumpkin, Special Events & Promotions Coordinator for the Berkeley Farmers’ Market, with the Berkeley’s Ecology Center
Trini Campbell and Tim Mueller-partners of River Dog Farm in Guinda, CA, EVENT: Jazzy Tomatoes, Sat. 8/25, Jazz Festival 10:30-2:30pm & Tomato dishes 9am-3pm, Civic Center Park at Center St. & MLK Jr. Way

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