The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 8, 2004

7:00 am
Women’s Health: A Global Perspective. Joycelyn Elders, former U.S. Surgeon General, professor of pediatrics, University of Arkansas Medical Center;
Loretta Ross, founder and e.d. of the National Center for Human Rights Education and former Program Director for the National Black Women’s Health Project.

7:30 am
Women’s Day: Key issues and things worth celebrating. Linda Burnham, director of the Women of Color Resource Center; Renee Saucedo, coordinator of the Community Empowerment Program at LaRaza Centro Legal, co coordinator of SF Day Laborer program.

8:00 am
KPFA Listeners Speak: How are you celebrating International Women’s Day? Open Call-ins. Also: Tribute to Mama O’Shea, info on Global Women’s Strike, and Herstories.

8:30 am
Opal Palmer Adisa, parenting editor "Raising warrior daughters", Catherine Smith, mother of 2 daughters, and Michelle Remy, mother of six-year-old.

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