Cisneros Presents Housing Webcast

Henry Cisneros, former HUD Secretary and CEO of American CityVista, will be the keynote speaker at the Rouse Forum, broadcast on the Web Sept. 25.

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September 25, 2000, 9:00 AM PDT

By Chris Steins @urbaninsight


The Fannie Mae Foundation, the Enterprise Foundation and the Brookings Institution Center for Urban and Metropolitan Policy invite you to join a LIVE WEBCAST of the Fourth Annual James W. Rouse Lecture on Monday, September 25 from 7:15- 8:00 p.m. (Eastern). This year's Rouse Lecturer is Henry Cisneros, former Secretary of HUD and Chairman and CEO, American CityVista. In the Rouse Lecture Webcast, Henry Cisneros will discuss "the Future of the American City" live via the Web. After Mr. Cisneros finishes his remarks, on-line viewers can email questions to Mr. Cisneros that will be answered by him during the Lecture's question and answer period.

Thanks to Chris Steins

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