A National Conversation on Deep Poverty (FREE)
Deep poverty affects more than 18.5 million people in the United States. For many, it’s a condition that persists generation after generation. So how can we lift more Americans out of this vicious cycle?
Join us for A National Conversation on Deep Poverty as we explore the causes, impact, and potential solutions to extreme poverty with a cross-disciplinary panel of experts dedicated to unraveling this complex problem.
The deep poverty threshold is typically defined as having income below half of the federal poverty level or $12,000/year for a family of four. But living in deep poverty is more than a number – it is a persistent, entrenched condition that is often characterized by challenges like addiction, homelessness, disability, and chronic illness.
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