Chicago Media Action forum on urban issues: It's fantastic!

Posted by Mitchell - October 7, 2006 (entry 482)

Thanks to everyone who came to the Public Education Forum that CMA organized on Wednesday, October 4, dedicated to "Coverage of the Inner City and the Urban Poor: The Media and Urban Issues", at the Chicago Temple.

If you didn't attend, you missed a FANTASTIC forum with an outstanding panel talking about some truly important topics that don't get very much coverage at all. But don't sweat it: The complete audio of the event is available here in MP3 format. We'll also add that to the CMA podcast once the podcast is up and working again.

Update: We've got the podcast working again. The October 4 forum is now added to the podcast.

We'll also have photos and a write-up of the event available soon.

In the meantime, here's something interesting to consider: A certain wiseacre affiliated with the Faux FOX News Channel will be in Chicago on Monday, October 9.

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