September 9
The Truth About 911 Update 
Meeting # 3,441 -  college regular Lindson P. (Andy) Anderson, Research Analyst, of the Northwest Information Service - Data Base Translations of Environmental, Political and Social Issues into Basic English

September 2
Open Microphone (program in progress)
Has Trump Made American Great Again, or 
Should He be Impeached to Save the Nation from Destruction?
Meeting # 3,440 - contact the Program Coordinator Charles Paidock if you would like to speak at (312) 842-5036 office, (312) 714-7790 cell or by email to cpaidock@hotmail.com 
September 16
The Cold War Establishment vs. JFK
Meeting # 3,442 - In the 1950s the so-called "Cold War" was proceeding apace, with the American Oligarchy, through the CIA, engineering criminal coups and wars in several countries in the name of fighting communism. When John F. Kennedy entered the presidency he soon began formulating and implementing (a) economic policy in the interests of the American people rather than the corporate elite, and (b) foreign policy more favorable to world peace than to the warmongering, profiteering aims of the military-industrial complex. Kennedy thereby incurred the Cold War Establishment's deadly wrath. 
            The 1963 false-flag assassination of JFK was thus the culmination of a titanic struggle within the American state, one whose outcome cemented the supremacy of the imperial Oligarchy behind and above the year-to-year facade of electoral/party politics. The American people have been living under this type of tyranny-by-deception ever since, with the present "War on Terror" being merely its latest incarnation.  Historian Ted Aranda examines the Eisenhower-Kennedy Cold War period in this light. 

September 23
Open
Meeting # 3,443 - contact the Program Coordinator Charles Paidock if you would like to speak at (312) 842-5036 office, (312) 714-7790 cell or by email to cpaidock@hotmail.com 
September 30
How African Americans Experience Higher Education
Meeting # 3,444 - 
Description:In America, access to, and success in, higher education is often seen as the most viable path to class, cultural, and social improvement. Unfortunately, different populations tend to have contrasting college experiences. Through this discussion we will explore the shared lived experiences of African American students, faculty, and administrators in the nation’s higher education institutions. Conclusions from this discussion will point the way toward racial and socioeconomic equity within America’s colleges and universities.

Bio:DeWitt Scott is Student Success Specialist at Moraine Valley Community College in Palos Hills, IL. He received his doctorate in Educational Leadership from Chicago State University. DeWitt is also an instructor at Sister Jean Hughes Adult High School, a high school for formerly incarcerated adults in Chicago. He has also developed and teaches a class titled “Black Male Leadership” to inmates at the Cook County Jail in Chicago. Currently, DeWitt lives in Chicago with his wife Cecelia.