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The Morning Show - April 24, 2009 at 7:00am
The Morning Show hosts a debate on California Propositions 1A and 1B, then an interview with Oakland City Council member Ignacio De La Fuente, Letters to Washington with Mitch Jeserich, Mumia Abu Jamal's new book, Jailhouse lawyers and a new film "New Muslim Cool" at the SF International film...
The Morning Show - April 20, 2009 at 7:00am
The new ruling by the EPA that formally declares greenhouse gases a threat to the public , we interview Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, about his proposal for SF to sell medical marijuana, we talk with Bob Butler and Dori Maynard about the latest in the Chancey Bailey murder case...
The Morning Show - April 17, 2009 at 7:00am
Former U.S. Attorney Alan Bersin has just been appointed the new "border czar" we'll speak to Laura Carlsen of the Americas Policy program from Mexico City and San Francisco supervisor Ross Mirkarimi on his medical marijuana proposal, Letters from Washington with Mitch Jeserich...
The Morning Show - April 16, 2009 at 7:00am
KPFA is celebrating its 60th anniversary, we'll speak with Matthew Lasar, KPFA historian about KPFA's ground-breaking history as a sanctuary of dissent and hear from Letters to Washington the First 100 days with Mitch Jeserich.
The Morning Show - April 10, 2009 at 7:00am
We'll speak with Francis Jo-bee Nesbitt, professor of Africana studies at San Diego State University about pirates and Somalia, then an interview with Helen Benedict author of, “The Lonely Soldier, The Private War of Women in Iraq.” Letters to Washington the First 100 days...
The Morning Show - April 8, 2009 at 7:00am
The Morning Show speaks with Chris Hedges about his new article on the economic crisis, “ Resist or Become Serfs.” David Bacon on Teachers and the California Budget. Letters to Washington the First 100 days with Mitch Jeserich and the prospects for non-profit industry in our shrinking economy.
The Morning Show - April 7, 2009 at 7:00am
A look at the rise of worker factory occupations in Europe and then U.S. Muslims strained relations with the FBI. Davy D of Hard Knock Radio will discuss the media coverage of recent police shootings. First 100 days with Mitch Jesserich and then Paul McGeough, author ...
The Morning Show - April 2, 2009 at 7:00am
We are joined by climate change activist Tadzio Mueller who's in London at the G20 protests. We get analysis of both what’soccurring inside and outside the meeting with Ruth Tanner, Campaign and Policy Director with the organization War on Want and local Bay Area activist David Solnit...
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