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 – September 6, 2005

7:00 The Vibe in Washington. Mitch Jeserich, Free Speech Radio News Washington DC correspondent, Matt Rothchild, editor of the Progressive Magazine. 7:30 Jamin Raskin, Prof. of Constitutional Law, American Univ. author of Overruling Democracy: The Supreme Court vs. the American People; Eva Jefferson Patterson, President of the Equal Justice Society. 8:00 Media coverage of the … Continued


Flashpoints – August 25, 2005

Bush Supreme Court Nominee tied directly to the Administration’s wide-ranging program of illegal detention, abuse and torture, we’ll have a special report on what appears to be an illegal conflict of interest on the part of Judge Roberts; plus, Ali Abunimah on today’s Israeli undercover attack that left five young Palestinians dead; a reading of … Continued


Explorations – August 23, 2005

Global warming and the weather, the extremes of weather have been changing rapidly. The tenth planet going around the sun was discovered and is three times farther from the sun than Pluto, which has scientists saying that it might not actually be a planet, but a comet. Scientists in South Korea have announced that they … Continued

August 2005 LSB Meeting Records

APPROVED MINUTES KPFA Local Station Board Meeting (Public Portion) Saturday, August 20, 2005, at 1:00 PM Freight and Salvage Coffee House 1111 Addison Street, Berkeley, CA. 1:12PM: Meeting called to order Present for all or part of the meeting: Mary Berg, Max Blanchet, Brian Edwards-Tiekert, Riva Enteen, Ted Friedman, Sherry Gendelman, Annie Hallatt, Chandra Hauptman, … Continued


Explorations – August 16, 2005

Space program and shuttle Discovery landed on earth successfully. Iranian government determined to build independent nuclear technology and negotiations with European countries is not looking promising. Environmental Protection Agency has issued new guidelines for storage of nuclear waste in Yucca Valley. Bird Flu is in the news and a vaccine has been ordered. Special guest … Continued