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Live From Main Street: Sunday, June 8 in Minneapolis

 by Bennett Gordon


Tags: media, media reform, Live From Main Street, National Conference for Media Reform,

Live From Main StreetCutting through the media spin and hype that has filled this election season, Live From Main Street is hosting a televised town hall meeting this Sunday, June 8 at the Woman’s Club of Minneapolis. Join us and an all-star panel of speakers talking about what stands between the public and the truth, and how to make your voice heard this year.

The event features:
 
Amy Goodman, Host of Democracy Now!
John Nichols, Washington Correspondent for the Nation
Malkia Cyril, Director of The Center for Media Justice
Coleen Rowley, FBI Whistle Blower and 2006 Congressional Candidate
Joel Kramer, Founder of the MinnPost
Paul Schmelzer, Managing Editor of Minnesota Independent
Marlina Gonzalez, Program Director of the Unconvention and Intermedia Arts
And more of your Twin City favorites.
 
This interactive town hall event will be distributed by an unprecedented collaboration of independent media including LinkTV, Free Speech TV, The National Radio Project and many more —come be part of the fun!
 
RSVP for preferred seating here: http://livefrommainstreet.com/content/RSVP

The first 150 guests to arrive will receive a free copy of Amy Goodman's Standing Up To the Madness: Ordinary Heroes in Extraordinary Times courtesy of Progressive Book Club

DETAILS:

WHEN: Sunday June 8, 2pm (doors open at 1pm)

WHERE: The Woman's Club of Minneapolis
410 Oak Grove Street, Downtown Minneapolis
MAP: http://www.womansclub.org/page/1/contact.jsp

FREE OF CHARGE and open to the public. Seating is limited so please arrive early -doors open at 1pm.
 
RSVP for preferred seating here: http://livefrommainstreet.com/content/RSVP
 
RSVP is not necessary to attend- there will be general admission seating available on the day of the event.
 
Live From Main Street is a project of The Media Consortium