We've been having some trouble with the website (we were offline for close to three weeks), but things are finally back in order. The website is currently undergoing some reconstruction, and we should have everything restored (cross fingers) in the next week or so.
In the meantime, CMA has been really busy.
* We helped to organize this wee event with David and Amy Goodman on September 20. More about that later...
* We're working on a panel forum on "Coverage of the Inner City and the Urban Poor: The Media and Urban Issues", scheduled at the Chicago Temple on Wednesday, October 4.
And we've got our email back. So feel free to email us again; we await your questions, comments, and unwanted commercial solicitations.
UPDATE: We have a PDF flyer of the event available here for download and print, and revised details of the featured panel -- including a member of the Residents Journal, and a member of the National Political Hip-Hop Convention.
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