The Morning Show

The Morning Show – December 18, 2003

7:00 am
Afghanistan Update. Meena Nanji, film maker of a documentary on Afghan women, and Sonali Kolhatkar, Co-Director of the Afghan Women’s Mission (www.afghanwomensmission.org), host and producer of KPFK’s program “Up Rising”.

7:30 am
PG&E’s Bankruptcy and the California Public Utility Commission. Paul Fenn, director of Local Power, and Bob Finkelstein, Executive Director of The Utility Reform Network.

8:00 am
Recommendations by Daphne Muse of children’s books for the Holidays:
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Daphne Muse is an Oakland writer working on the reissue of La Tribu Arc-en-Ciel (The Rainbow Tribe) a children’s book by Josephine Baker. To find out more about her work, go to www.daphnemuse.com.

8:20 am
"Stone’s Throw" with Jennifer Stone.

8:30 am
A conversation on the importance of generosity with Lynne Twist,
author of The Soul of Money: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Life and Julie Salamon, author of Rambam’s Ladder: A Meditation on Generosity and Why It is Necessary to Give.

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