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Mapping Poverty in Rural America

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MAPPING POVERTY IN RURAL AMERICA

Date: Thursday, June 28, 2012
Time: 2:00 – 2:45 PM EST
Registration Form: https://cc.readytalk.com/cc/s/showReg?udc=4gwjr54kul2g
Materials: powerpoint presentation

Presenters:

Moises Loza – Executive Director, Housing Assistance Council

Lance George – Director of Research & Information, Housing Assistance Council

More Americans are living in poverty today than at any other time since the Census Bureau began measuring its occurrence. Poverty is particularly acute in urban cities and rural communities, as well as in several distinct regions across the nation.

As a prelude to the 2012 edition of Taking Stock — HAC’s decennial report on social, economic, and housing conditions in rural America — we are releasing our newly updated poverty map. HAC’s map details county-level poverty data from 2010 Census figures, as well as information on historic, regional, and persistent poverty in the United States.

Please join us for a webinar presentation of the HAC poverty map, and a discussion of poverty in rural America on THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 2012 – 2:00pm -2:45pm (EDT).

Register Now! Space is limited so please register early.

For information, contact: Dan Stern, 202-842-8600 or dan@ruralhome.org.