Published on Nov 29, 2012
CNN DIALOGUES: The 2010 Census and the New America If numbers don't lie, what can the 2010 U.S. Census tell us about who we are and how we live? On August 31st, thought leaders in sociology, urban studies, and popular culture will come together in front of a live audience at The Carter Center in Atlanta to explore the implications of the 2010 census in the premiere session of CNN DIALOGUES.
This event, hosted by CNN's Wolf Blitzer, will feature Heidi Durrow, Edward James Olmos, Yul Kwon, Kris Marsh and Dana F. White. This is the first in a series of three CNN DIALOGUES planned for 2011. The next two dialogues will explore life in the digital age and the effect of openness on the Lesbian Gay Bi-Sexual Transgendered community.
The Cecil B. Day Chapel of The Carter Center
453 Freedom Parkway, Atlanta, GA, 30307 Moderator:
Wolf Blitzer, CNN's Lead Political Anchor and Anchor of "The Situation Room" Panelists:
Heidi W. Durrow, author of the debut novel The Girl Who Fell From the Sky
Edward James Olmos, actor and activist
Yul Kwon, Host of PBS' "America Revealed" and winner of the reality TV show Survivor: Cook Islands
Kris Marsh, Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland at College Park
Dana F. White, Goodrich C. White Professor of Urban Studies at Emory University
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