The Morning Show

The Morning Show – April 22, 2004

7:00 am
Earth Day Issues and Events:
Juliette Beck, Public Citizen, Water Privatization Issues in California, wateractivist.org; Layla Salazar, Amazon Watch, how trade agreements will affect the Amazon Basin, www.amazonwatch.org; Suzanne Wong, International Rivers Network, the impact of dams in Asia, – www.irn.org; Dune Lankard, co-founder of the Eyak Preservation Council and Redzone, an organization whose mission is to protect the inherent rights of culture, heritage, language and ancestral lands, www.redzone.org.
7:25 Medea Benjamin, Code Pink, No Hummers, call Global Exchange at 415-575-5525 for more info about the hum in

7:30 am
A conversation with John Feffer, author of North Korea/South Korea:
US Policy at a Time of Crisis
and Christine Ahn, Program Coordinator at Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy.

8:00 am
KPFA’s Apprenticeship Program: The deadline for applications approaches. More info here.

8:30 am
A visit with the playwright, director, and actors from the Aurora
Theater’s production of "Antigone Falun Gong."


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hour


Artist:Romane


Title:Swing 98


Album: Samoir Sur Seine

Label:Arco Iris


Time: 2nd Hour


Artist:Pascal de Loutchek


Title: Olga


Album: Arbat

Label:Buda Musique


Time: 2nd Hour


Artist: Vera Bila


Title: Chaje Chaje


Album: Kale Kalore

Label: Tinder Records

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