2016 Poverty Symposium Cal State San Bernardino

2016 Poverty Symposium Cal State San Bernardino
Sasha Abramsky

Sasha Abramsky

Friday, March 11 • 8 am – 11 pm

Join us as we examine the socioeconomic challenges facing San Bernardino County and help us fomulate strategies to improve our communities together. Our featured keynote speaker will be Sasha Abramsky, New York Times best selling author of several thought provoking books on poverty and noteworthy journalist. It’s free to attend and there will be an optional lunch ($15 per person). Please RSVP/Register by March 4, 2016. To register and for more information, please visit www.capsbc.org/2016povertysymposium. You may also call 909.723.1514 or email info@capsbc.org.

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