D. A. King Vs. Reconquistas Cage Match
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Panel discussion on illegal immigration in the media now and this weekend. See below for information.

D.A. King president, of The Dustin Inman Society, was a panelist on a seven member panel discussion on Latinos and illegal immigration that was broadcast live on Texas PBS TV [KLRN-TV] and Texas Public Radio from San Antonio last Sunday, May 7, 2006.

Different versions of the event available this online and on PBS TV this weekend.

Panelists were:
Henry Cisneros, former Mayor of San Antonio and former HUD Secretary in the Clinton administration.

Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, author, radio host and Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
Archbishop of San Antonio Jose H. Gomez.
Macarena Hernandez, Editorial writer, Dallas Morning News
D.A. King, president the Dustin Inman Society/columnist, Marietta Daily Journal, Marietta, Georgia.
Richard Langlois, Chairman, Bexar [TX[ county GOP, Criminal defense attorney, San Antonio.
Lee J. Terán Clinical Professor of Law, St. Marys University Immigration Lawyer

Moderator: Maria Hinojosa, PBS NOW correspondent and National Council of La Raza Ruben Salazar Award winner , formerly with CNN.

We hope that you can find time to watch or listen to one or all of the three versions of the event. There was a live audience present and the QA segment was quite lively.

Information on accessing the panel discussion below.

Listen to a tape of the live audio of complete one hour panel discussion [ without QA] taped from the live broadcast on Texas Public Radio [unedited] here. Available now.

The PBS broadcast [edited, with some QA] here . Please check your local PBS listings for the NOW show. See NOW schedule online here. [ hold the face for radio letters please.]


Listen to Latino USA - NPR national radio broadcast [edited] here.

Read San Antonio Express-News report here.

Feedback to D.A King [please] [email protected] contact info for PBS and NPR available on respective Websites above.

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