Michigan to Host BBC World Questions Event

On Tuesday 4 June, BBC World Questions will hold a live debate in Lansing, Michigan. The program is known for bringing people and their questions to the forefront, and this event will offer the audience a chance to engage with leading politicians and opinion formers.

The panelists will tackle pressing issues such as inflation, jobs, immigration, the right to protest, and the upcoming election. Those interested in attending can register through the provided link.

Gwenan Roberts, Commissioning Editor at BBC World Service English, highlights the importance of providing a platform for local communities to make their voices heard. The event will be held at the Lansing Center, with a reception starting at 6.00pm.

BBC presenter Anu Anand will lead the hour-long discussion. Other participants include Sarah Anthony, John Damoose, Professor Matt Grossmann, Kaitlyn Buss, and Jennifer Root. This broadcast of BBC World Questions: Michigan, USA will air on World Service English on Saturday 8 June and will be available online on various platforms. For press accreditation or inquiries about BBC World Service English contact robin.miller@bbc.co.uk

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