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"Be Heard": 4th Street Forum | An Economic Bill of Rights

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Historic Milwaukee Turner Hall
In their first week back from a winter recess, the 4th Street Forum returns with one of their liveliest discussions yet. The discussion centered around the idea of whether we need an Economic Bill of Rights given the recent economic woes we've experienced, frequently branching out into deeper political and economic ideas.

Incidentally, this conversation compliments our recently completed Meet The Need campaign, where we engaged in a thorough explanations of basic and human needs.

Hear remarks from the distinguished group of panelists, including Jim Ott (23rd Assembly District State Representative), Barbara Toles (17th Assembly District State Representative), Jim Burkee (Associate Professor of American Political History and Economics at Concordia University Wisconsin), and Michael Rosen (Professor of Economics at Milwaukee Area Technical College and President, American Federation of Teachers Local 212):

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Catch this episode of 4th Street Forum on Friday at 10PM and Sunday morning at 9am on Milwaukee Public Television (Channel 10.1).

The 4th Street Forum is back next week with "Made In Milwaukee: New Business/New Jobs." What will Milwaukee produce in the 21st Century? Will we innovate? Will government, business and education cooperate? Our economic future could depend on smart strategies for business creation.

More information on the 4th Street Forum is available at their website. You can also check out the embarrassment of riches that is their video archives here .

Produced by: Adam Carr