ALERT: Encourage transparency and debate regarding Palestine

Posted by Scott - September 28, 2006 (entry 403)

CHICAGO MEDIA ACTION ALERT:

CMA
urges you to read the long overdue editorial by Chicago Tribune public editor Don Wycliff about Palestine and freedom of expression.

TAKE ACTION: We urge you to contact the Chicago Tribune employees listed below as suggested to us by our friends at the Arab American Network. Together, we must both encourage and demand an open and democratic discussion in the media on Palestine/Israel issues:

Call to thank Don Wycliff for this courageous article - call: 312-222-4440 email: dwycliff@tribune.com

Call Bruce Dold, Editorial Page Editor, for publishing this article and encourage the publishing of balanced points of view -- including Muslim, Arab and Palestinian perspectives - call: 312-222-4440 or 800-874-2863 email: bdold@tribune.com

email Ann Marie Lipinski, Tribune Editor, to encourage publishing balanced points of view at ctc-editor@tribune.com

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This entry was posted by Scott Sanders, a co-founder to date of seven Chicago area media and democracy activist groups.
Sanders has worked for long stretches in social science research, in the creation of video documentaries, as a librarian, and also in movie theater management.
You can link to Scott's combined curriculum vitae, timeline, and resume here.



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