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LIVE STUDENT FORUM, NOV. 17, 7 - 8:30PM AT CTV

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LIVE STUDENT FORUM, NOV. 17, 7 - 8:30PM AT CTV

Time: November 17, 2016 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Location: COMCAST CHAN. 26 & FRONTIER CHANNEL 99 (CTV)
Website or Map: https://www.youtube.com/user/…
Event Type: television, forum
Organized By: N'Zinga Shani, OneWorld Progressive Institute, Inc
Latest Activity: Nov 17, 2016

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LIVE STUDENT FORUM AT CTV – 7-8:30PM TODAY, 11/17/16 THE EFFECTS OF POLITICAL POLARIZATION ON OUR SOCIETY On Comcast Channel 26 and Frontier Channel 99 (CTV) Participants include high school students from ESUMS, Hamden High, Hillhouse, HSC and West Haven High. Learn more about OneWorld’s work at: https://goo.gl/q3YhD6

The LIVE broadcast will be to Hamden, New Haven and West Haven.  The program will be re-aired to all Comcast Chan. 10 and 18, and to Charter Channel 21.

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Comment by N'Zinga Shani on November 17, 2016 at 12:39pm

Be sure to watch and hear what high school students have to say about "The Effects of Political Polarization on Our Society."

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