Ross and Read Participate in Trib Talks Sessions Airing on CAT-TV

The Columbia-Boone County League of Women Voters and CAT-TV will present a discussion Wednesday (8.12.2015) titled “Making Democracy Work: How news media and citizens can work together.”

The program, which airs at 7 p.m., will explore a joint learning project between the Tribune and the Kettering Foundation.

Panelists Sarah Read, Peggy Placier and Robert Ross will join moderator Jim Robertson, the Tribune’s managing editor. The Tribune project, called Trib Talks sessions, aims to amplify the influence of residents in local government through in-depth discussion of issues participants deem important.

CAT-TV airs on channel 85 on Mediacom, channel 983 on Charter Communications and channel 98 on CenturyTel Prism.

The program will be replayed at 7 a.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and 7:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

The program also will be available on the League of Women Voters website at a few days after the original airing.


Article reprinted with permission of Columbia Daily Tribune

*Robert Ross is a member of the Minority Men’s Network

*Sarah Read is President of Columbia Parents for Public Schools

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