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MIKVA CHALLENGE STUDENTS TO CALL ON WTTW TO “DO THE RIGHT THING” ON WHITNEY (G-IL) DEBATE

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A number of Chicago area high school students will picket outside the studios of WTTW on Friday afternoon. The students will be protesting the exclusion of Green Party candidate Rich Whitney from the WTTW gubernatorial forum scheduled for October 28th. WTTW has only invited Democrat Pat Quinn and Republican Bill Brady to participate in the forum.

The student activists are part of the Mikva Challenge. The Mikva Challenge is a nonprofit organization that helps lower income youth become involved in politics and civic training. The students will protest from 12:30 to 1:30 PM. Whitney will briefly address the protesters and media at 1 PM.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22

Who: Green Party gubernatorial candidate Rich Whitney and Mikva Challenge volunteers

What: Protest

When:  12:30 PM to 1:30 PM

Press conference at 1 PM

Where: Outside of WTTW studios

5400 N. St. Louis Ave.,

Chicago, IL

 

Rich Whitney is a 55-year-old civil rights and employment lawyer from Carbondale. As a lawyer, he has fought for working people who have lost their jobs or had their rights violated. A founder of the Illinois Green Party, he has long been politically active in support of the labor, health-care reform, environmental, civil rights, and peace movements. In 2006, he served as the Green Party’s first candidate for Governor, winning over 360,000 votes and making it possible for Illinois voters to have a third choice on the ballot statewide.

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