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Tuesday, August 27, 1996 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: The Demise of the Democratic Party
1996-08-27

The Henry Horner Housing Project and The United Center

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Goodman interviews Boise Edwards, executive director of Youth Services Center of the West Side, on local community action to create jobs and be involved in management at the newly contructed United Center (arena and convention center).

Subjects: community activism, race, unions, Jesse Jackson

Guest:
Boise Edwards, executive director of Youth Services Center of the West Side


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