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American Forum

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Events

Events

American Forum events are held several times a year at locations around the campus of American University in Washington DC.

Jane Hall takes a question from the floor

Jane Hall takes a question from the floor

Moderator Jane Hall takes a question from a student at an American Forum event.

A little more conversation, a little more action

The American Forum is a place for conversation around the topics that concern America's young people.

Every Wednesday at 7 P.M. EST, students are invited to participate in weekly chats on Twitter on a variety of issues. Speak your mind and be heard, we want to hear your thoughts and ideas. You can also participate in our discussion boards and via our Facebook page.

The American Forum is hosted at The American University School of Communication in Washington, D.C. American Forum events are held regularly on campus, where key decision makers and experts are brought together with students in a open conversation. People from around the nation watch live online and participate in these dialogues, which are also broadcast by partnering organizations like CSPAN-TV and NPR via American University's member station WAMU.

About The American Forum

The American Forum is an hour-long interactive multi-media audio program with a live town-hall audience, which seeks to connect and engage young people with national and international media issues. It is produced by American University’s School of Communication in association with WAMU-FM in Washington, DC. It debuted in 1986 and has been broadcast live on WAMU in Washington, one of America’s most listened-to public radio stations, since 2001.

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