The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 24, 2007

The State of Dis-Union Elizabeth de la Vega, former Chief of the San Jose US Attorney’s Office and author of the "United States v George W Bush et al" Congressman Dennis Kucinich, ask for Natalie Laber and say we have an interview scheduled David Bacon on Labor John Travis, president, California Faculty Association, Humboldt State … Continued

Early Morning Music

Early Morning Music (Monday) – August 7, 2006

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Ken Pruitt hosts Early Morning Music with a special co-production by Safi wa Nairobi highlighting this year’s Atlanta Jazz Festival. Featuring interviews with percussionist and vocalist Grady Tate, who talks about his music career and his long time friend, the late Gordon Parks, as well as vocalist Pyeng Threadgill, who talks about her lastest jazz … Continued

The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 9, 2005

7:08 Race and the Gulf Coast. Robert Jensen, professor at the School of Journalism, U of Texas @ Austin, and author of The Heart of Whiteness: Confronting Race, Racism and White Privilege. main event: Thursday, September 15th, 7pm City Lights Books, 261 Columbus Avenue, SF info at 415-362-8193 ext:15 and also: Sonoma State University’s … Continued

The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 17, 2005

7:00 The Berkeley Peace and Justice Commission. Rita Maran, ex-commissioner, President of the United Nations Association of the East Bay and lecturer on International Human Rights Law at UCB; Michael Sherman, commissioner; Elliott Cohen, commissioner 7:30 David Bacon on Labor. Berkeley Honda; Bill Mixell, service adviser, worker and striker; Tim Paulsen, head of Labor Council … Continued

The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 4, 2005

7:00 amJohn Stauber coauthor with Sheldon Rampton of Mad Cow USA: Could the Nightmare Happen Here? 7:20 am Bill Berkowitz, columnist for Working for Change, on Compassion Deficit of the Christian Right. 7:30 amAirline Nightmares. Lenora Lapidus, Director of the ACLU’s Women’s Rights Project; Roger Rapoport, I Should Have Stayed Home: The Worst Trips of … Continued

The Morning Show

The Morning Show – October 15, 2004

7:00 amMichael Ratner, President of the Center for Constitutional Rights, author of Guantanamo: What the World Should Know. 7:10 amFeaturing the video "Unconstitutional: The War on our Civil Liberties", part of Robert Greenwald’s "Un" Trilogy Series. 8:00 amBetty Edwards, author of The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain and Color: A Course … Continued