ACCESS News: Guest this week is Law Professor Sanford Levinson
Professor Sanford Levinson, renowned Constitutional scholar and Author is our special guest Sunday, Oct. 28th at 1:00 pm on KLRU-PBS
Mass murders and the 2nd Amendment . . . My rights . . . The U.S. Constitution . . . and much more . . .
AUSTIN, TX – Join us this Sunday when Tamara and Professor Sanford Levinson, author and Professor of Law at the University of Texas, discuss the 2nd Amendment, the NRA, war on drugs, mass murder, the Supreme Court and so much more….
KLRU-PBS television airs ACCESS News this Sunday 10/28/2012 at 1:00pm.
In addition to airing on KLRU-PBS-TV, each episode will be shown subsequently on the ACC network TIme Warner channel 19 and then uploaded to the ACCESS News website.
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Some other guests this year are:
* Esperanza “Hope” Andrades – Texas Secretary of State
* Austin Chief of Police, Art Acevedo
* Congressman Lloyd Doggett
* Civil Rights Attorney, Jim Harrington
* Activist and Professor of History, Andres Tijerina
* Texas State Representative, Donna Howard
* Professor of Government and Author, Benjamin Gregg
* Professor of Journalism and Activist, Robert Jensen
* Author and Professor of Law, Sanford Levinson
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Civication, Inc. is nonpartisan, nonprofit, educational, and tax exempt under the IRS 501(c)(3), section 170(b) (1) (A) (v1), as a public charity organization whose mission is to promote civic learning and civil responsibility. The founders are Ken Hurley, Director, and Dvorah Ben-Moshe, President. Mr. Hurley and Ms. Ben-Moshe are also the Executive Producers of ACCESS News.
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Funding for ACCESS News is from the Knight Community Information Challenge Grant offered through the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, advancing journalism in the digital age and investing in the vitality of communities. The Knight Foundation focuses on projects that promote informed and engaged communities and lead to transformational change.
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