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Today we will open the show with a conversation with Richard Brown and Ray Boudreaux, both members of the San Francisco 8. Also joining us this first hour is Stuart Hanlon, attorney for Herman Bell, who took a plea bargain for a lesser charge in the case against the SF8 Monday, June 29. Preliminary hearings begin Monday, July 6. At 8 AM there is a protest and call to drop the charges; the hearings begin at 9 AM--all at 850 Bryant Street @ 7th, in San Francisco. Raymond Nat Turner, artistic director and founder of UpSurge, Jazz Poetry Ensemble will talk about the 3rd Annual Alternative July 4th event at the Oakland Public Conservatory, July 3, beginning at 6 p.m. Michael Lange is a special guest at the event where he will share excerpts of Frederick Douglass's famous speech, "What to the American Slave is the Fourth of July?"

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