Media Democracy Day. Save the date!

Posted by Bob - September 22, 2003 (entry 94)

A special Chicago area event on Media Democracy Day 2003, October 17!

Getting Labor’s Message Out.
Labor media activists make the case for labor’s own media production and distribution strategy: Come and listen, come and be heard.

Free and open to the public. Friday October 17, 2003, 7-9pm.
UNITE Hall / 333 S. Ashland Blvd., at the Eisenhower Expressway / Chicago. Parking available

Click HERE for the detailed .pdf format brochure.

Speakers include: Margaret Blackshere, President, Illinois AFL-CIO; Robert Bruno, “Labor Reporting in the Chicago Tribune”; Fred Glass, "Amplifying the Voices: An organizing model for labor communications"; Kari Lyderson, Illinois Labor Press Association award for labor reporting; John Anderson, Workers Independent News Service.

The Friday evening event will be followed by a Saturday of hands-on workshops for those who preregister @ $50 per person. Click HERE for the Saturday brochure.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask Larry Duncan, lduncan@igc.org.

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