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Program Information
The Michael Slate Show
Capitalism and the Human Condition: Ebola, Xenophobia and the Search for Meaning in the World
Weekly Program
Sigga Jagne (Public Health Expert); Alan Goodman (journalist/Revolution Newspaper/; Tim Sutton (Film Director)
 Michael Slate  Contact Contributor
Oct. 28, 2014, 8:34 p.m.
Sigga Jagne on the Ebola plague, how best to fight it & the need for the world to step up in the face of this terrible crisis. Alan Goodman talks about his article, "Ebola: Stop the Xenophobia." and the morality that allows the US to respond with cruel disregard for the suffering of people in West Africa. Tim Sutton talks about his movie "Memphis," a musical drama about a talented singer/songwriter suffering from a creative block, who sets off in search of his muse and the meaning of his life.
Michael Slate -- Host and Producer
Annie Day -- Assistant Producer
Henry Carson -- Assistant Producer
Jeff Pryor -- Production Assistant
Teddy Robinson -- Engineer
Broadcast ready with two 30-second musical breaks at 17:40 and 30:07 and can accommodate local id if needed. If you use the show or simply check it out, write to us at with your comments, criticisms, suggestions and questions.

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