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Morning Show April 16, 2002 : Sonali Kolhatkar, Host, On Jenin, Pows, International Criminal Court, Sexual Abuse In Catholic Church, Haiti, Medical Marijuana.

Program Title:
Morning Show April 16, 2002 : Sonali Kolhatkar, Host, On Jenin, Pows, International Criminal Court, Sexual Abuse In Catholic Church, Haiti, Medical Marijuana.
PRA Archive #: 
KZ2849
Description: 

MORNING SHOW APRIL 16, 2002 : SONALI KOLHATKAR, HOST Content: First Hour: Topic: Destruction in Jenin, Israel Guest: KATHY KELLY, Director of Voices in the Wilderness, reports by phone on conditions in the Palestinian Jenin refugee camp in Israel Topic: Treatment of POWs by Israel and U.S.A. Amnesty International Memo reported on by Guest: MICHELLE WILLIAMS (www.amnestyusa.org) Topic: International Criminal Court report on its creation, structure, exclusion by U.S.A. HEATHER HAMILTON, (www.wsa.org www.usaforicc.org Topic: Sexual abuse of young girls in Roman Catholic Church Guest: Rev. MARIE FORTUNE , author of "Is Nothing Sacred" Second Hour Topic: Haitian Conditions and Refugees Guest: KIM IVES, ed of "Haiti Progress", largest Haitian weekly in world. Topic: Medical Marijuana Guest: BRUCE MERKEN, Dir. of communications for the Marijuana Policy Project, which promots medical marijuana.

Station: 
Date Recorded on: 
April 16, 2002
Date Broadcast on: 
April 16, 2002
Item duration: 
60 min.
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Distributor: 
KPFK, 2002
Rights Summary: 
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