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Local community newspapers may be media's greatest hope

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Denise Turney

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Media stories impact our lives tremendously -- influencing our thoughts and our self-image. At the local level, media helps to create history, at personal and community levels. Saturday, June 10, 2017 @ 11am/EST Off The Shelf guest understands media. Who is she? Our special Off The Shelf guest this morning is Rina Risper. Rina is the publisher of New Citizens Press, a multicultural newspaper that mainly serves the Lansing, Michigan area. Rina is also the executive director of The New Citizens Press Community Action Network and a member of the Michigan Business Network. Rina formerly served as president of the Walnut Neighborhood Organization. She also served as an advisory board member of The Greater Lansing Business Monthly. 

Tune into Off The Shelf Book Talk Radio by dialing (347) 994-3490 or joining right here in the chat room.

Check out what Rina has to say about media, literature and community!

See you Saturday, June 10, 2017 at 11am/EST (New York City Time!

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