Tonight’s Chicago metro suburban edition of Public Affairs (See airing schedule, below) features Barack Obama, who was quite a charmer in July, 2000, when he was interviewed by show host Jeff Berkowitz. Discussion includes a real, thoughtful dialogue about, among other public policy issues, the role of church based organizations in assisting low income people, the role of school vouchers and charter schools in providing competitive alternatives to kids of low income parents stuck in non-performing traditional neighborhood schools and the impact of community organizing in low income neighborhoods.
You can also watch the 2000 show with Obama by clicking here.
Tonight's show airs in the north and northwest Chicago Metro suburbs at 8:30 pm on Comcast Cable Ch. 19 or Comcast Cable Ch. 35, as indicated, below:
Comcast Cable Ch. 19 in Buffalo Grove, Elk Grove Village, Hoffman Estates, parts of Inverness, Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Niles, Northfield, Palatine, Rolling Meadows and Wilmette and on
Comcast Cable Ch. 35 in Arlington Heights, Bartlett, Glenview, Golf, Des Plaines, Hanover Park, Mt. Prospect, Northbrook, Park Ridge, Prospect Heights, Schaumburg, Skokie, Streamwood and Wheeling.
Evanston viewers can watch our November 25, 2002 show with Obama every day this week at 8:30 am and 8:30 pm on Cable Ch. 6.
Everyone can watch that famous 2002 show with Berkowitz and Obama by clicking here. (Obama came out on that show against the Iraq War four months prior to the U. S. (and allies') invasion of Iraq, thus winning the 2008 Presidential election with that statement).
More about this show and the remainder of this week's airing schedule will be posted at this blog over the next few days.
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