Webinar Materials: Addressing Equity and Rural Poverty

Posted on: April 17th, 2013 by Brett Schwartz

On April 16, NADO and PolicyLink (http://www NULL.policylink NULL.org) co-hosted the webinar “Addressing Equity and Rural Poverty:  The View from the Ground.” (https://vimeo NULL.com/64185036) The presentation highlighted the opportunities and challenges small towns and rural communities face in combating poverty and promoting inclusive economic development.  Presenters discussed efforts being made to incorporate equity – the just and fair inclusion into society where everyone can participate and prosper – into regional and community economic development plans in California and Tennessee.

Click here to watch a recording of the webinar (https://vimeo NULL.com/64185036)
Click here to download the Powerpoint slides (PDF) 

Presenters:

Chione Flegal, Associate Director, PolicyLink
Danielle Bergstrom, Program Associate, PolicyLink
Ismael Diaz Herrera, Director, San Joaquin Valley Rural Development Center
Reyna Villalobos, Community Building Specialist, Central California Regional Obesity Prevention Program
Emily Saunders, Community Development Senior Project Specialist, City of Knoxville, TN

Moderator:

Brett Schwartz, Program Manager, NADO

For more information, contact Brett Schwartz at [email protected] (bschwartz null@null nado NULL.org)

 

 

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