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The First 100: Mayor Emanuel’s Early Impact on Chicago

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In this free public forum, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy and WBEZ’s Alison Cuddy will join local leaders and engaged local residents in dialogue around change within the City of Chicago. We’ll discuss how the new administration is implementing change and planning for the future of the city and its residents. Join us for this dynamic and interactive discussion!

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You can submit your question now: (We are no longer accepting questions for tonight’s event.)

Confirmed guests include:
Rahm Emanuel - Mayor of the City of Chicago
*CANCELLED
Garry McCarthy - Chicago Police Superintendent
Joseph Ferguson- Inspector General for the City of Chicago
Forrest Claypool *- Chicago Transit Authority President
Michelle Boone - Department of Cultural Affairs Commissioner
Rick Kogan - Journalist, Radio Host
Alexandra Holt * - Budget Director for the City of Chicago
Kyra Kyles - Columnist
(*invited)

“The First 100: Mayor Emanuel’s Early Impact on Chicago” is a culminating event, produced in collaboration with the Chicago History Museum, capping off the Eight Forty-Eight series The First 100 which has explored policy under Mayor Emanuel during the first 100 days of his administation. When Rahm Emanuel took the oath of office on May 16, 2011, he wasted little time outlining an ambitious new agenda for the nation’s third largest city - and set a 100 day benchmark for many new policy and programmatic initiatives. WBEZ is covering the Emanuel administration’s first 100 days through a series of stories, reports, interviews and conversations. They chronicle the early days of the first new mayoral administration in 22 years - and assess the progress toward key goals.

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THIS EVENT IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT. Please consider clicking above and leaving your question (written or video). Additional tickets may become available closer to the event.

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Due to the nature of this event as a broadcast taping, the event will start promptly at 7pm. Any seats that remain open at 6:45pm will be available to a ‘first come, first serve’ wait list, created on the night of the event. You must arrive at Chicago History Museum to be placed on this list. Sign-up will begin at 6pm.

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