Archive for May 29th, 2008

by Jay Stevens

The Missoula YWCA is hosting a panel today from noon to 1:30pm on the impact of racism and sexism in this year’s presidential campaign. For some reason, the YWCA director saw fit to invite me to sit on the panel along with local luminaries, Representative Diane Sands and the MHRN’s Kim Abbot.

Should be fun. Here are the details from the YWCA website:

YWCA Missoula invites you discover the impact of “Racism and Sexism in the 2008 Presidential Campaign” through a panel discussion and brownbag lunch on Thursday, May 29, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the YWCA, 1130 W. Broadway. Call 543.6691 for info.

Come on down and watch me embarrass myself. Heck, you can pitch in with some biting questions of your own!

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