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CAN-TV To air Ken Green's talk at Roosevelt High School

Chicago Access Network TV (CAN-TV) To Air Oct. Oct. 27-29 Author Kenneth N. Green's talk at Roosevelt High School for After School Matters teens Author Kenneth N. Green's talk at Chicago's Roosevelt High School about his book, I'm From Division Street , will air on CAN TV. He presented a program for After School Matters teens on Oct. 8. The program will air in Chicago on Sunday, October 27th at 9:00 AM on Channel 21, on Monday, October 28th at 8:00 AM on Channel 19, and on Tuesday, October 29th at 12:00 PM on Channel 21. Ken Green, who graduated from Roosevelt High School, told the students his comeback story from poverty and academic problems to success as a defense attorney, Chief of Public Defenders in Los Angeles County, a boxer inducted into the California Boxing Hall of Fame, his service in Korea as a soldier in the U.S. Army, and becoming a Reserve Police Officer at the age of 68. He lives in the Los Angeles area and also has a condo in Chicago where he returns about four times a year.

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    Chicago Access Network TV (CAN-TV) To Air Oct. Oct. 27-29 Author Kenneth N. Green's talk at Roosevelt High School for After School Matters teens Author Kenneth N. Green's talk at Chicago's Roosevelt High School about his book, I'm From Division Street , will air on CAN TV. He presented a program for After School Matters teens on Oct. 8. The program will air in Chicago on Sunday, October 27th at 9:00 AM on Channel 21, on Monday, October 28th at 8:00 AM on Channel 19, and on Tuesday, October 29th at 12:00 PM on Channel 21. Ken Green, who graduated from Roosevelt High School, told the students his comeback story from poverty and academic problems to success as a defense attorney, Chief of Public Defenders in Los Angeles County, a boxer inducted into the California Boxing Hall of Fame, his service in Korea as a soldier in the U.S. Army, and becoming a Reserve Police Officer at the age of 68. He lives in the Los Angeles area and also has a condo in Chicago where he returns about four times a year.

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