4th STREET FORUM at MILWAUKEE TURNER HALL
ONE YEAR WITH PRESIDENT OBAMA
America and Wisconsin have been rocked by economic trouble, dismayed by partisan stalemate,
worried about expensive and expanding war. Where are we headed?
A Wisconsin report card and crystal ball on Obama’s presidency.
Each forum is taped in front of a studio audience for later broadcast on Milwaukee Public Television, Channel 10.1. The forums are free and open to the public. Bring your own lunch - come and be a part of the discussion. Participate by asking questions of the panelists.
FORUM DATE AND TIME: January 28, NOON
WHERE: Milwaukee Turner Hall, 2nd Floor, 1034 N. 4th Street (Main entrance across from the Bradley Center on 4th; elevator access off the parking lot on 4th and Highland.)
WITH HOST - ENRIQUE FIGUEROA, PhD, Director, Roberto Hernández Center, UW-Milwaukee, www.uwm.edu
AND WITH GUESTS
RICK ESENBERG, JD teaches election law and civil procedure at Marquette University Law School. His research interests include law and religion; the regulation and nature of public discourse; and Wisconsin Constitution and state courts. Professor Esenberg publishes a blog called “Shark and Shepherd.”
ANNE GURNACK, PhD is a political science professor at UW-Parkside. Dr. Gurnack’s teaching and research include public policy and politics; health and welfare policy; and public administration.
RICARDO PIMENTEL is the editorial page editor and vice president for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Mr. Pimentel is a former Washington D.C. correspondent for McClatchy Newspapers, where he covered Congress, federal agencies, and the U.S. Supreme Court.
GARY SHELLMAN, PhD is president of the Greater Milwaukee United Nations Association. He is also the Wisconsin representative of the American Council on Germany. Dr. Shellman serves on the Governor's Commission on the United Nations, and he is the former deputy director of UWM Institute of World Affairs.
Milwaukee Public Television will broadcast this forum on Channel 10.1, Friday, January 29, 10PM and Sunday, January 31, 9AM.
Full-length viewing of each program will be available at www.mptv.org and will post on Monday, February 1. Refer to program number 813.
Programs also run on Time Warner's, "Wisconsin on Demand," (WIOD). Check listing.
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