Last month ECHO, Emergency & Community Health Outreach, 125 Charles Avenue in St. Paul, sponsored a challenging panel discussion on “The New American Vote.” The panel engaged in a lively exchange on the necessity of involving Minnesota’s diverse community and what is at stake for all Minnesotans.
The full discussion was videotaped and will be replayed Thursday, November 3, 2:00 and 8:00 pm and Friday, November 4, 10:30 am on Metro Cable Network (MCN) Channel 6, available on all cable systems in the seven-county metropolitan area.
As a leader in multi-language health, safety, civic engagement and emergency readiness communication, ECHO “bridges the gap for immigrants and refugees in Minnesota.” Through close collaborations with health and safety experts, bilingual community leaders and talented spokespersons, ECHO crafts high quality programming for television and radio broadcast and phone, print, web, DVD and partner relay distribution.
For those who may not be familiar with ECHO’s outreach activities, a review of the website will open possibilities for getting a message out to a broad mix of Minnesota residents for whom language is physical challenge is a barrier to communication. Check it out!