Poverty has many meanings, faces and consequences. It affects all of us, directly and indirectly. Join us for an evening of learning, sharing, understanding and hope.
The 2019 Poverty Symposium will be held Monday, Jan. 28, from 4 to 7 p.m., at Utica College, Carbone Auditorium.
4 p.m. Poverty March Initiative
The Poverty March Initiative begins at MVCAA’s Ney Ave Head Start Site, 1110 Ney Ave, and proceeds to Carbone Auditorium, Utica College; Ney Ave Site will be open at 3:30 for tours and information regarding MVCAA’s programs, the march commences at 4:30. A van will be available at 3:45 p.m. leaving from Strebel Student Center to take participants to Ney Ave.
5 p.m. Panel Discussion
Panelists include: Tiffney Marley, Director, Practice Transformation, National Community Action Partnership (Moderator); Mary Hayes Gordon, Young Scholars Liberty Partnership Program Richard Duque, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Ugur Orak, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Utica College
6 p.m. Human Library/PhotoVoice Display
–Refreshments will be served–
The symposium is free and open to the public; RSVP to Maureen Murphy, 315.624.9930 ext. 2259, or visit mvcaa.com.