The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 7, 2004

7:00 am
State of the State: Guests Jean Ross, Director of the California Budget Project, and Doug Heller, Senior Consumer Advocate at the Foundation for Consumer and Taxpayer Rights.

7:30 am
David Bacon on Labor: Bush’s immigration proposal and organizing immigrant workers in Los Angeles. Guest Nativo Lopez, head of the Mexican American Political Association, and Victor Narro, Downtown Labor Center in Los Angeles.

8:00 am
The New, Improved Jewish Community Center in San Francisco. Guests Nate Levine, Executive Director, and Lenore Naxon, Director of Cultural Programming for the Eugene and Elinor Friend Center for the Arts at the JCC.

Visit the JCC website: www.jccsf.org

8:30 am
Unemployed and broke: Merle Kessler, satirist and performer in “Broke”, and Dean LaTourrette and Kristine Enea, authors of Time Off! The Unemployed Guide to San Francisco.


Today’s Segue Music:

7:33 am:
artist: Juan Garcia Esquivel
song: Mini Skirt
album: 100 Anos De Musica de Juan Garcia Esquivel
label: BMG Mexico

8:00 am
artist: Jubilee Klezmer Ensemble
song: Der Nayer Sher
album: Raisins & Almonds – ?
label: Idan Raichel’s Project – Track 12 – Import Item available at www.israel-music.com

8:34 am
artist: Fax
song: Cerca
album: Ruido de Fondo
label: Static Records / Darla Dist.

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