8AM HOUR Membership special, Katrina: How Racism in America Kills, preview continues. Audio coming soon! 7AM HOUR Civil rights attorney Lynne Stewart weighs in on the new supreme court nomination, Harriet Miers. And also this hour, we bring you special coverage from the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. In the days and weeks that followed the hurricane, the extreme racism that Black New Orleaneans live with on a daily basis literally became deadly. We bring you an opening membership special - Katrina: How Racism in America Kills. Investigating Supreme Court Nominee Harriet Miers GUEST: Lynne Stewart, Civil Rights Attorney. Katrina: How Racism in America Kills Special documtary produced by various WBAI reporters including Peter Bochan, Deepa Fernandes, Errol Maitland and Bernard White. Audio coming soon! 6AM HOUR Today, we begin our Fall Membership drive! This hour we will take a look at how some Katrina evacuees are being maltreated right here in Queens, NY. We'll hear from a national tour that is gathering steam as it makes its way across the country calling for an end to the death penalty. And we'll speak with a woman whose brother was exonerated from Death Row. Katrina Survivors Maltreated in Queens, NY GUEST: Reverend Lucious Walker, Pastors for Peace . Voices grow to end the Death Penalty GUEST: Billy Sothern, Anti-death penalty lawyer from New Orleans.GUESTt: Monique Matthews, sister of exonerated Louisiana death row prisoner Ryan Matthews. ***EVENT*** Campaign to End the Death Penalty will sponsor a forum at City College as part of its Voices from Death Row Series. October 6, 2005 @7:30 PM City College, Harlem 137th St. & Amsterdam Avenue - NAC Building/1st Floor For further information www.nodeathpenalty.org or call 212-387-0611 ***Among others joining in the conversation are Monique Matthews, sister of exonerated Louisiana death row prisoner Ryan Matthews and Billy Sothern, anti-death penalty lawyer from New Orleans, Louisiana and former attorney for Ryan Matthews.*** Audio coming soon!