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Watch: A Civil Conversation About Poverty and Hunger in Arizona

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Watch: A Civil Conversation About Poverty and Hunger in Arizona

With the second highest poverty rate in the nation, many Arizonans are experiencing need for the first time. To cope with limited resources, families are making tough tradeoffs among basic needs like food, shelter, utilities, and medical care. How should Arizona respond to heightened demand and what can be done to address root causes of poverty? Join the experts for a candid conversation about how Arizona can alleviate hunger now, while developing long term strategies to combat poverty. The panel discussion was moderated by Dr. Richard Knopf, the human services contributor for Arizona Indicators and director of ASU’s Partnership for Community Development.

Watch: Part 1 | Part 2