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Wednesday, Aug. 10th 2016

Who’s Our Neighbor? A Conversation on Neighborhoods, Poverty and Race.

When:
December 6, 2016 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
2016-12-06T18:00:00-06:00
2016-12-06T20:00:00-06:00
Where:
Donnelly College
608 N 18th St
Kansas City, KS 66102
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
American Public Square

Did you miss this event? You can now listen to it on KCUR 89.3’s Up To Date broadcast of Who’s Our Neighbor? A Conversation on Neighborhoods, Poverty and Race. 

View photos from this event!

Join American Public Square and KCUR 89.3 for a Conversation at the Square. We will examine the interaction and relation between poverty, race and place: how neighborhoods are shaped by race and poverty and how poverty and race (to the extent it can be) are affected by neighborhoods or the physical environment.

 

Featuring special guest panel:

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Dr. Denise Dowd, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician, @ChildrensMercy
Children’s Mercy Hospital

 

Rev. Dr. Wallace Hartsfield II, Pastor
Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church

 

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Daniel Serda, Ph.D., Owner and Principal, @DSerda_inSITE 
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Moderated by
Brian Ellison
of KCUR

With roving reporting by
Stephen Steigman
of KCUR

 

 

In partnership with Donnelly College and the Kansas City Kansas Chamber of Commerce.

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2 Comments on “Who’s Our Neighbor? A Conversation on Neighborhoods, Poverty and Race.”

  1. richard tolbert Says:

    what about the fact check of my question at the Dec 6, 2016 event?

  2. American Public Square Says:

    Richard, thank you for being part of the conversation by submitting fact checks and questions at Tuesday’s event! We hope to share our research findings within the next week, so please check back on our website or Facebook to see if your question was answered!

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