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Investing in What Works for America's Communities

Live Event – POVERTY: The Working Poor

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Arizona Public Media and the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona have partnered to launch Community Interactive, a series of engaging and informative live events addressing issues Southern Arizonans face.

The first topic in the series will be
POVERTY: The Working Poor on
February 12, 2014
6:30 – 8:00 pm MST

Ian Galloway, senior research associate at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Contributing Editor to Investing in What Works for America’s Communities, will join the event panel of educators, researchers, and leaders to discuss strategies for addressing poverty.

Community Interactive : POVERTY: The Working Poor will be streamed live at www.azpm.org.

You can submit questions for the panel to the Arizona Public Media Facebook page or email communityinteractive@azpm.org in advance of the event.

Click here to learn more about the event.

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