The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 8, 2004

7:00 am
School Closures in Oakland. Guest Jonah Zorn, substitute teacher at one of the affected schools, Nneka Simon, parent, organizer with Education Not Incarceration Coalition, Fannie Brown, ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) member, foster parent, volunteer at Woodland Elementary (not one of the effected schools)
We invited State Administrator Randolph Ward to participate, he said that he had another appointment.

7:30 am
William K. Hartmann, author of A Traveler’s Guide to Mars: The Mysterious Landscapes of the Red Planet.

8:00 am
A Canadian Mad Cow. John Stauber, co-author of Mad Cow USA and Ex. Director of the Center Media and Democracy.

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

8:30 am
Political activist and author David Harris, appearing this weekend as part of an Infotainment Posse event at Café Du Nord in SF. Learn more about Infotainment Posse’s mission and schuduled events at

Morning Show Segue Music:

artist: Ken Clark Organ Trio

album: Eternal Funk

label: Severn Records

artist: RioListic

album: Jazzelicious presents

label: Severn Records

artist: Michael Ward with Dogs & Fishes

album: Snake Bite ?


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