KQED Open Newsrooms-San Jose What can KQED learn from your community?
KQED Newsroom host Thuy Vu, senior correspondent Scott Shafer and the editorial staff want to hear from you! Our Open Newsroom forums invite community leaders, newsmakers, local business owners and residents to join an open dialogue with KQED News reporters. Pitch stories, meet journalists, build a relationship with your local public media station and network with other leaders from your community. Please come prepared to give a two-minute overview of your key issue, possible solutions, and names of movers and shakers that are making change in your city.
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Asian Americans for Community Involvement
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