The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 6, 2007

Subprime Lending to Minorities
Liz Wolff, National Research Director, ACORN, Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now,
Cristine Soto Deberry, California Outreach Director for the Center for
Responsible Lending (based in Durham, NC)

Power Plants in Hayward
Paul Haavik, an intervenor in one of the power plant cases
Michael Toth resident of west Hayward http://edengardens.wordpress.com/
Brian Edwards Tiekert, KPFA’s Environmental Justice Reporter

Power to the Peaceful
Michael Franti, 9th Annual Power To the Peaceful event on Saturday September 8th from 11-5pm at Speedway Meadows in Golden Gate Park, www.powertothepeaceful.org
KPFA broadcasting live from the event!

"Made in L.A."
Katie Quan, associate chair of the UC Berkeley Labor Center, former garment worker and former international VP of UNITE, she will be speaking at the film screening
Almudena Caracedo, filmmaker of "Made in L.A."

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