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CST Chicago Community Trust discussion

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Published on May 13, 2014

Chicago Sun-Times editors, reporters and columnists discuss the current state of Chicago and what can be done to improve the city.

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Steve Sewall
Steve Sewall3 years agoHighlighted comment
Suggestion: the Sun-Times (like all Chicago mainstream media) should ask itself what role it should play in enabling its readers to help Chicago building a future that works for all Chicagoans.
Steve Sewall
Speak up someone, it's tedious hearing myself talk.
Steve Sewall
At 4:30 Jim Kirk asks "how can this city really compete on a global stage". At 4:54, Mary Mitchell says that "the very first thing we gonna have to do" is for Chicago to rid itself of its "Murder Capital of the World" stigma. Mr. Kirk and Ms Mitchell, this for you: https://docs.google.com/document/d/17gQ4LQW6-RFyenAhRWdnO5yzRigN5V4BBqGlivUPm4E/edit
Steve Sewall
Why didn't the Sun-Times FRONT PAGE the Community Trust's On The Table event? Chicagoans are tired of endless political scandals. They want an informed voice in strengthening their neighborhoods.
Steve Sewall
Wow! What impact! 74 views four days after the event!
Steve Sewall
At 6:53 Sun-Times Publisher/Editor Jim Kirk asks "So do we, do we, need a New Plan for the city? Do we need a Daniel-Burnham type plan for the City of Chicago?" We sure do. And let the Sun-Times team up with the Tribune and other Chicago media to create one. I would love for the Sun-Times to consider this: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1x-oVso3jLjafy4e71RppeMVilHOwn5tDiNrhO2Vgsx8/edit  
Steve Sewall
At 0:27 Sun-Times Publisher/Editor Jim Kirk says "We all benefit when there is open dialogue and full engagement from residents and citizens of the region, not just Chicago but the suburbs as well". If so, why didn't the Sun-Times FRONT PAGE CCT's On The Table event?
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