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“Integrating the Inner City Through Mixed-Income Development”

Posted on November 23, 2015

The Schubert Center for Child Studies co-sponsored the Center for Policy Studies’ Friday lunch discussion, “Integrating the Inner City Through Mixed-Income Development” on November 20, 2015.  The talk featured Mark Joseph, Associate Professor at MSASS and Director, National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities; Taryn Gross, Program Manager for the Initiative; and Emily Miller, Project Coordinator for the Initiative. Mixed-income communities ask two main questions: How can they end segregation of the poor and how can they sustain the diverse communities. Joseph further explained the successes and challenges for the initiative as well as the impact on youth in these mixed-income communities.

This event was organized and sponsored by the Center for Policy Studies, the National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities.

Download the presentation for this event.

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