The Morning Show

The Morning Show – December 9, 2003

7:00 am
Civilian Deaths in Afganistan: Nishat Kurwa, Kabul Correspondent for Youth Radio, and Jim Jennings, founder and president of Conscience International, a humanitarian aid organization based in Atlanta.

7:30 am
Bringing Grocery Stores to Low-Income Neighborhoods: Malaika Edwards, co-creator/director of People’s Grocery, Alison Lasser, organizer, Peninsula Interfaith Action, Alvin Spencer, co-chair of Peninsula Interfaith Action, East Palo Alto resident, Peninsula Interfaith Action.

8:00 am
A conversation with the organizers about the delights in store at the KPFA Community Crafts Fair.

8:30 am
Sandra Phillips, curator, Diane Arbus Revelations at SFMOMA, 151 Third St. between Mission and Howard, SF, for info (415) 357-4000

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