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Join Opinion page team for Zoom chat with Matt Tarver-Wahlquist, executive director of Literacy Connects
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Join Opinion page team for Zoom chat with Matt Tarver-Wahlquist, executive director of Literacy Connects

The Arizona Daily Star Opinion team will host our weekly reader chat Thursday, Oct. 21, at 2 p.m. Our special guest will be Matt Tarver-Wahlquist, executive director of Literacy Connects.

We will talk with Matt to learn more about Literacy Connects, its mission in Tucson and how we might be able to volunteer our time or funds to further its mission.

If you would like to join the conversation Thursday, email Opinion coordinator Sara Brown at, and she will email you the Zoom link; or, here is the meeting ID: 935 4617 8115 and password: 346308. Or use this link to connect to the Zoom meeting

You can join by video or just listen in over your phone. We look forward to seeing or hearing you there.

To see previous reader chats, go to

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