The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 14, 2007

Bush Wants the Surge to Continue
Natalie Goldring, Senior Fellow at the Center for Peace and Security Studies Georgetown University
Ann Wright, a former State Department diplomat and retired Army colonel

The Affordable Housing Debate in Oakland
Greg McConnell, Consultant and Legislative Advocate with the McConnell group
Amie Fishman, Executive Director East Bay Housing Organizations home

Women Resisting Militarism and Creating a Culture of Life
Lisa Natividad from Nasion Chamoru
Suzuyo Takazato of Okinawa Women Act Against Military Violence
Sponsored by Women for Genuine Security, Famoksaiyam, Friends of Okinawa, American Friends Service Committe
(tonight 9/14 6:30 – 9:00 65 9th St. SF)
(tomorrow 9/15 7 – 10 PM, the Women’s Building, 3543 18th St. SF)

The San Francisco Bayview’s International African Marketplace, the music, dance, food, art and crafts of the African Diaspora
Alton Byrd, Project Director
starts this weekend, Sept.15-16, 22-23 and 29-30 11:00 AM
at the Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theater
3rd Street and Oakdale Avenue in San Francisco for more info: www.bvhpafricanmarketplace.org , 888.877.7763

Flamenco Arte y Pureza direct from Spain! performing in the Bay Area
Ethan Margolis, guitarist and director of Flamenco Arte y Pureza, www.arteypureza.com

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