Newstips: ‘No’ to community forums – Emanuel angers Asian Americans

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A stern denunciation of Rahm Emanuel – for scheduling a fundraising event with the Korean community in direct conflict with a candidates forum organized by eleven Asian American groups – highlights an ongoing tension between Emanuel’s campaign and community organizations.

All invited candidates except Emanuel confirmed attendance at Tuesday night’s Pan-Asian Voter Empowerment candidates forum (Tuesday, February 8, 6:30 p.m., St. Augustine College, 1345 W. Argyle).

Read more at Curtis Black’s Newstips Blog

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