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The Morning Show - August 31, 2005 at 7:00am
7:00 Tram Nguyen, executive editor of Color Lines magazine and author of We Are All Suspects Now 7:30 David Bacon on Labor Oakland Teachers, San Francisco School District Employees Struggle for a contracts that meets their needs. Mary Sanders, SFUSD employee; Karen Bishop, SFUSD employee; David deLeeuw, Oakland teacher, Chairperson of the Grievance Committee and is on the bargaining team; Jean White, music prep teacher for elementary school 8:00 Elaine Lee, packing tips for the intrepid traveler, freelance travel writer, travel book author, Go Girl: The Black Woman's Guide to Travel and Adventure 8:30 Air Quality in the San Joaquin Valley. Brent Newell, director of the Air Quality Project for the Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment; Dr. David Pepper, lead physician for the UCSF Fresno asthma education and management program; State Senator Dean Florez, Democrat from District 16, the Bakersfield/Fresno area; Rey Leon

The Morning Show - August 30, 2005 at 7:00am
7:00 The politics of emergency contraception, "Plan B" Belle Taylor McGee, executive director of Pharmacy Access Partnership, an independent center of the Public Health Institute; Dr. Anne Foster-Rosales, chief medical officer of Planned Parenthood Golden Gate. 7:30 Military Recruitment on Public School Campuses. Pat Elder, father of four, involved in counter-recruitment efforts in the D.C. area; Bonnie Weinstein, with College Not Combat and founding member of Bay 8:00 Alameda County sheriffs' shooting of two Korean men. Hun Kim, executive director of the Korean Community Center of the East Bay Area; David Kim, vice-president of the Korean American Association of SF/Greater Bay Area. 8:20 Responses to Hip Hop Culture 8:30 Peggy Drexler, author of Raising Boys Without Men: How Maverick Moms Are Creating the Next Generation of Exceptional Men.

The Morning Show - August 29, 2005 at 7:00am

The Morning Show - August 26, 2005 at 7:00am
7:00 Chris Toensing, Middle East Research and Information Project 7:30 Hip Hop and Academia. Dawn-Elissa Fischer, anthropologist, filmmaker and educator concerned with the ways youth around the world use Hiphop as a tool for political empowerment. Currently the Education Outreach Coordinator at the Hiphop Archive S. Craig Watkins, author of Hip Hop Matters: Politics, Popular Culture, and the Struggle for the Soul of a Movement 8:00 Sistahs Steppin' With Pride. Alfia Walking Tree, founder and executive director of Spirit Drumz: Womyn's Drum and Dance Orchestra; Peggy Moore, Parade Organizer 8:20 Clearing Your Criminal Record. Dorsey Nunn, All of Us or None; Event is this Saturday from 9-5 at East Palo Alto City Hall, 2415 University Avenue 8:30 David Kessler, co-author with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross of On Grief and Grieving: Finding the Meaning of Grief Through the Five Stages of Loss.

The Morning Show - August 25, 2005 at 7:00am

The Morning Show - August 24, 2005 at 7:00am

The Morning Show - August 23, 2005 at 7:00am
7:00 The War Continues in Afganistan. Nazif Shahrani, Chair of the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at Indiana University. 7:30 Lynn Alley, author of The Gourmet Slow Cooker. Robin Robertson, author of Fresh from the Vegetarian Slow Cooker and a contributing editor at Vegetarian Times. 8:00 Kurt Pitzer co-author with Dr. Mahdi Obeidi of The Bomb in My Garden: The Secrets of Saddam's Nuclear Mastermind, which will be published in paperback in September. In the current Mother Jones, In the Garden of Armageddon 8:30 Sharon R. Kaufman, author of And a Time to Die How American Hospitals Shape the End of Life and Prof. of Medical Anthropology at the UCSF

The Morning Show - August 22, 2005 at 7:00am

The Morning Show - August 19, 2005 at 7:00am

The Morning Show - August 18, 2005 at 7:00am
7:00 Update on American Indians' lawsuit for millions in unpaid oil and gas royalties. Elouise Cobell, lead plaintiff in the lawsuit and banker with the Native American Bank, lives in Montana, member of the Blackfeet Nation; Marcella Burgess Giles, attorney at law working with the Allottees in Oklahoma who are part of the class 7:30 Dogs and Parks. Ashley Duval, Intern, Wildcat Creek Watershed Project and Student at UCB, monitors dog impacts on the stream fauna and stream bank integrity; Jake Sigg, member of the Yerba Buena Chapter of California Native Plant Society 8:00 Peretz Kidron, Jerusalem Correspondent, Withdrawal from Gaza 8:20 Jennifer Stone with Stone's Throw 8:30 Mentoring Programs. Sherry Kuehl Development Director, The Crucible work on arts, industry and community Community Enrichment Programs for Youth; Henrietta Burroughs Founder & Exec Dir, East Palo Alto Center for Community Media Involves students in reporting and writing for print/radio; Sharon Fuller, founder and Executive Director , Ma'at Youth Academy, environmental issues

The Morning Show - August 17, 2005 at 7:00am
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 in San Francisco about special election 8:00 Assoc. Producer Joy Maulitz interviewed Sherill Tippins, author of February House: W.H.Audin, Carson McCullens, Jane and Paul Bowles, Benjamin Britain, Gypsy Rose Lee Under One Roof in Wartime 8:30 Norman Solomon, author of the new book War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death and the essay "Someone Tell Frank Rich The War Is Not Over" at

The Morning Show - August 16, 2005 at 7:00am
7:00 Democratic Part Perspective on the November Election; Bob Mulholland, campaign adviser to the Democratic Party, CA 7:30 BART, Stay Alert for Anything Suspicious: Renee Salcedo, Attorney, La Raza Centro Legal and an Organizer with the San Francisco Day Labor Program. David Solnit, editor of the new book Globalize Liberation: How to Uproot the System and Build a Better World; Lincoln Malik, Iraqi-American and an Assyrian. Iraq War Taskforce 8:00 Richard Wolinsky interviews Lisa See, author of Snow Flower and the Secret Fan; 8:22 Miss Manners Preamble, KPFA Staff on "etiquette" and "bad manners" 8:33 Judith Martin, author of Miss Manners' Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior

The Morning Show - August 15, 2005 at 7:00am

The Morning Show - August 12, 2005 at 7:00am

The Morning Show - August 11, 2005 at 7:00am
7:00 Yucca Mountain. Judy Treichle, Executive Director of the Nevada Nuclear Waste Task Force; Diane D'Arrigo, radioactive waste project director Nuclear Information and Resources Service 7:20 Arizona's Proposition 200 upheld by court. Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund. 7:30 Equal Time for Intelligent Design. Glenn Branch, Deputy Director of the National Center for Science Education 8:00 Invisible Cities. Tim Barsky, Flutebeatbox; 8:20 Jennifer Stone with Stone's Throw 8:30 Youth Mentoring. Hadley Falz, Assistant Director, Tutoring Center, St. John's Educational Thresholds Center in the Mission.; After-school tutoring program – Academics, Visual Arts (mosaics) Dance, Sports; David Mohamed Executive Director Mentoring Center Oakland -- mentor's highly at-risk youth; Grace Shoeniger, Executive Director, Invest in Kids, Contra Costa High Schools

The Morning Show - August 10, 2005 at 7:00am
7:00 Stream lining the Death Penalty. Richard Dieter, executive director of the Death Penalty Information Center; Robin Maher, director of the American Bar Association's Death Penalty Representation Project. 7:30 Max Pringle, sitting in for David Bacon on Labor. Katie Quan, chair of the Center for Labor Research and Education, (also on chopping block: Institute of Industrial Relations (CLRE's parent org.) and the statewide Labor and Employment Fund the appeal of the certification of a class action against Wal-Mart: Betty Lawrence, attorney at Davis, Cowell, and Bowe, one of the attorneys representing the class, in studio Liza Featherstone, author of Selling Women Short: The Landmark Battle for Workers' Rights at WalMart (Basic Books -- out in paper next month) 8:00 Elizabeth Boardman, author of Taking a Stand: A Guide to Peace Teams and Accompaniment Projects Chris Moore-Bockman, a young Quaker who has spent a lot of time in a peace village in Colombia 8:30 Dr. Patti Feuereisen, author (with Caroline Pincus) of Invisible Girls: The Truth About Sexual Abuse; A Book for Teen Girls, Young Women, and Everyone Who Cares About Them.

The Morning Show - August 9, 2005 at 7:00am
7:00 The Gaza Pull Out. Joel Beinin, Prof. of Middle East History, Stanford Univ.; Rachelle Marshall, Womens International League for Peace and Freedom and will be a plenary speaker at WILPF's 90th Anniversary Congress which will be held this week at San Francisco State University. 7:30 Comcast Negotiations in San Francisco. Sydney Levy, program director at Media Alliance, in studio Ross Mirkarimi, San Francisco Supervisor representing District 5 8:00 Karen Houppert, author of Home Fires Burning: Married to the Military -- for Better or Worse 8:30 Go Solar! Alice La Pierre, energy analyst for the City of Berkeley; David Hochschild, Director of Programs at Vote Solar

The Morning Show - August 8, 2005 at 7:00am

The Morning Show - August 5, 2005 at 7:00am

The Morning Show - August 4, 2005 at 7:00am

The Morning Show - August 3, 2005 at 7:00am

The Morning Show - August 2, 2005 at 7:00am

The Morning Show - August 1, 2005 at 7:00am

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