PATT MORRISON SCHEDULE
Thursday, July 15, 2010
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1:06 – 1:19
1:21 – 1:39
Seeking asylum in the
Are women a social group? That’s the issue at hand in the immigration asylum case of Lesly Yajayra Perdomo, a Guatemalan woman who illegally entered the
Niels W. Frenzen, law professor at USC. He directs the USC Law school’s immigration clinic and has represented hundreds of asylum seekers and other immigrants
Anthony Paparelli, immigration attorney with Seyforth Shaw LLP
Representative from the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)
1:41 – 1:58:30
Venus Williams Comes to Win
Sports can be essential to making you a team player who works well with others, but whoever thought that shooting some hoops or dabbling in competitive sports could lead you to become the CEO of your own company or president of the
Venus Williams, tennis star and author of “Come to Win”
2:06 – 2:30
2:30 – 2:58:30
Keeping kids safe, one cancelled rave at a time—the future of raves in
After the death of 15-year-old Sasha Rodriguez at Electric Daisy Carnival in the Los Angeles Coliseum, public and political scrutiny has been shifted to raves and electronic bashes where drugs are rampant. Now HARD L.A. and Fresh Squeezed, festivals similar to EDC, have been cancelled just a week after the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors established a task force and proposed a moratorium on raves. Promoters deny the cancellations have anything to do with recent scrutiny, but do acknowledge that due to stricter standards, unforeseen costs have come up. So is there even a need for local governments to step in, or will raves be cancelled all on their own?
Joshua Glazer, editor-in-chief of URB.com, a music and culture web site that focuses on emerging music and covers the Los Angeles and international electronic music scene.
Gary Richards, promoter & organizer of HARD
- HARD L.A. had a rave/concert scheduled for July 17th that was just cancelled for security & planning reasons.
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