The Citizens Planning and Housing Association deserves congratulations for its third annual city series of public discussions. This year's opening forum explored arts, culture and recreation in our multi-ethnic city. It drew a capacity crowd. The remaining forums should be equally provocative.
Education is the topic of the 7:30 forum tomorrow night at Morgan State's McKeldin Center. Issues ranging from whether curriculum should reflect pupils' race to whether various ethnic groups require different teaching methods will be discussed by a star-studded panel and President Calvin Burnett of Coppin State as moderator.
Economic development will be the topic of the April 3 forum at Arena Players, with former Rep. Parren J. Mitchell moderating.