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Ray Suarez - January 23rd, 5:30 pm

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  • Dayana Salazar
    ... Ray Suarez Journalist, Author, & former host of National Public Radio s Talk of the Nation ... Please join us for an evening of conversation with Ray
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 18, 2002
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      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Bell, Tim
      > Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2002 8:29 AM
      > To: #SJRA&GC
      > Subject: Salamanca Speaker Spotlight: NPR's Ray Suarez
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      >
      > The Salamanca Speakers Spotlight and Santa Clara Valley Transportation

      > Authority present:
      >
      Ray Suarez Journalist, Author, & former host of National Public Radio's
      Talk of
      the Nation
      >
      Please join us for an evening of conversation with Ray Suarez. As a
      television journalist on PBS's The NewsHour and host for NPR's Talk
      of the Nation, Suarez has distinguished himself as one of the most
      insightful individuals working in the news business today. Suarez has
      shed
      light on the phenomenon of post-war urban flight and its impact on
      present-day
      revitalization efforts through his social research, observations, and
      commentary. His acclaimed book, The Old Neighborhood, chronicles the
      effects of the American migration from cities to suburbs in the
      second half of the 20th Century.
      >
      "Suarez walks the streets, talking with neighborhood
      activists...attends block meetings and interviews planners,
      sociologists, a member of
      Congress, a criminologist and a developer. His talent lies in
      finding diverse voices, letting them speak, and providing a frame that
      balances respect with his own interpretative perspective" --Chicago
      Tribune
      >
      > An Evening with Ray Suarez
      > January 23, 2002 at 5:30 p.m.
      > Mexican Heritage Plaza
      > 1700 Alum Rock Avenue
      > Tickets $20.00 at www.ticketweb.com
      >
      > For additional information, please call (408) 286-1313 or visit
      > www.circa2000.org
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