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CAN-TV to air Ken Green interview on North Town News Magazine

Author Ken Green’s interview on North Town News Magazine about his book, I’m From Division Street, will air on cable television stations in June. Air dates are: CAN TV 19 – Chicago, Thursday, June 2 – 7:30 p.m. CAN TV 19 – Chicago, Friday, June 3 – 2:30 p.m. Suburban – Monday, June 6 – 6:00 p.m. The interview can also be seen on ntnm.org. I’m From Division Street is the author’s Rocky-like comeback story. The book tells how he rose from poverty, academic problems, and anti-Semitism growing up in Chicago’s Humboldt Park neighborhood to success as a Defense Attorney, Retired Chief of Public Defenders in Los Angeles County, Adjunct Professor at UCLA, boxer inducted into the California Boxing Hall of Fame, becoming a Reserve Police Officer at the age of 68, and a single parent of a son. Ken Green served in the U.S. Army in Korea, 1957-58, near the DMZ, in a village called Paja-Ri.

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