The Morning Show

The Morning Show – May 5, 2004

7:00 am
Iraq, prisoner torture and contractors. Carl Conetta, co-director of the Project on Defense Alternatives; Sarah Zaidi, research director of the Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR), at the World Tribunal on Iraq on May 8, CESR will be making a presentation on humanitarian crimes during the occupation of Iraq.

7:30 am
Labor with David Bacon. Contract expires at Alta Bates and the plight
of Colombian union members. Bob Mulenkamp, an SEIU organizer working on the current contract campaign for the Sutter hospitals here in Northern California; Dan Kovalik, staff attorney with the steelworkers union and Jeff Volt, staff attorney with the International labor Right Fund about the plight of Colombian trade unionists.

8:00 am
Michio Kaku, author of Einstein’s Cosmos: How Albert Einstein’s Vision Transformed Our Understanding of Space and Time.

8:30 am
Cracking The Safe. Jennifer Gordon, co-director of the play, works with men incarcerated for violent crimes; Ophelia Barnes, mother of three, overcomer of difficult odds; Derrie Eugene McClure VI, student a City College, working to become a certified addiction treatment specialist.
May 14th and May 15th University of San Francisco’s 2350 Turk Blvd. Presentation Theater, 8:00 p.m For more info call 510-486-2340


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hour


Artist: Da Lata


Title: Serious


Album: Serious

Label: PALM Pictures Ltd.


Time: 2nd hour


Artist: Barry Finnerty


Title: No Jive Five


Album: Serious

Label: PALM Pictures Ltd.

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