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Nov. 18: Public discussion on how to address poverty

By Erin McIlreath, Center for Civic Engagement

public-square-logoPULLMAN, Wash. – As part of Poverty Awareness Week, employees, students and community members will discuss aspects of poverty and how to address them at noon Tuesday, Nov.18, in the CUB Butch’s Den.

Washington State University Pullman students can register on CougSync at https://orgsync.com/50701/opportunities/912233/occurrences/1970805.

Global Campus students can participate via live stream at mms://windowsmedia.wsu.edu/event and a live chat feature at http://chatanywhere.wsu.edu. If you have trouble accessing the live stream or chat, see http://experience.wsu.edu/faq/Help.aspx for help.

The video of this discussion will be available on the YouTube channel for the WSU Center for Civic Engagement at https://www.youtube.com/user/WSUCCE within two weeks of the event.

Learn more about the Public Square debate series at http://cce.wsu.edu/public-square.

 

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