The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 30, 2004

7:00 am
Christopher Martinez with the Sacramento Report: Financial Privacy/Consumer Privacy Legislation. AB 649 support for the developmentally disabled.

7:30 am
The State of Motherhood. Guests Karen Gustafson, welfare rights education and advocacy program at the Women of Color Resource Center and the mother of a daughter;
Renita Pitts, an intern with the National Radio Project and the Women of Color Resource Center, a UC Berkeley student, mother of 5, grand mother of 13; and Faulkner Fox, author of Dispatches from a Not So Perfect Life.

8:00 am
Guest Vanissar Tarakali, support line director for Community United Against Violence; Billy Chen, support line volunteer; and Larry Cohen, Executive Director of The Prevention Institute.

8:30 am
The Berkeley High School Jazz Ensemble and Lab Band Benefit, February 8th at Freight and Salvage. Guest Charles Hamilton, Director.

Also, the 30th Anniversary Celebration of Dimensions Dance Theater, presenting "Stream of Legacies" with Omar Sosa, guest Deborah Vaughan, artistic director.

Morning Show Segue Music:

Sweet Honey in the Rock

The Women Gather

Earthsongs Records.

Shirley Scott Memorial

Queen of the Organ

Prestige Records

Omar Sosa/Adam Rudolph

Pictures of Soul

Ota Records & Meta Records.

Berkeley High Jazz Ensemble

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