The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 16, 2004

7:00 am
Brian Edwards-Tiekert of the KPFA News Department with the first part of a 4-part series on Air Quality in the San Joaquin Valley.

7:13 am
An Initiative on changing the Three Strikes Law. Dorothy Erskind, whose nephew is Brian Smith, serving 25 – life for “aiding and abetting” a shoplifter, and Geri Silva, Director of Families to Amend California Three-Strikes.

7:30 am
The California Teachers Association and Rob Reiner have a plan to bail out California Schools. Mark Rendon, Oakland teacher and secretary of Oakland Education Association.

7:55 am
Women’s History Month tribute to Dolores Huerta.

8:00 am
One World, Many Faiths: A Collection of Altars by Women. Artists through March 24th at SomArts Gallery. Carla Caletti, collection organizer; Karen Caraway, Sara Baartman altar; Suha Araj, Palestinian altar; and Melanie Bien, Native Tears altar.

8:30 am
Dr. Arthur Deikman M.D. author of Them and Us: Cult Thinking and the Terrorist Threat.


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hr


Artist: Ron Carter


Title: On and On


Album: The Golden Slicker

Label: Bluenote/Retrac Productions, Inc


Time: 2nd hr


Artist: Ron Carter


Title: N.Y. Slick


Album: The Golden Slicker

Label: Bluenote/Retrac Productions, Inc


Time: 2nd hr


Artist: Ron Carter


Title: Cedar Tree


Album: The Golden Slicker

Label: Bluenote/Retrac Productions, Inc

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