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The Roots of Economic Segregation and Social [Im]Mobility in San Antonio

San Antonio Area Foundation

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Please join us at the San Antonio Area Foundation for a presentation on: 

The Roots of Economic Segregation and Social [Im]Mobility
in San Antonio


Presented by Dr. Christine Drennon, Trinity University

 

What:

San Antonio has recently been identified as the most economically segregated city in the country, and some neighborhoods have been overwhelmingly poor for multiple generations. Despite years of effort, it seems we have not been very successful at alleviating this situation. Knowledge of the processes that produced the current situation and landscape may allow us to better understand the root causes of segregation, and thus begin to formulate policy that addresses root cause.

 

When:

Friday, March 24, 2017

9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

 

Where:

San Antonio Area Foundation

303 Pearl Parkway Ste. 114

Have questions about The Roots of Economic Segregation and Social [Im]Mobility in San Antonio? Contact San Antonio Area Foundation

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San Antonio Area Foundation
303 Pearl Parkway, Suite 114
San Antonio, TX 78215

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San Antonio Area Foundation

...helping donors achieve their charitable goals for the greater benefit of the community

The San Antonio Area Foundation, established in 1964, is San Antonio’s community foundation. The Area Foundation makes grants from funds established by individuals, families, businesses or other entities to support charitable causes in our community. The Area Foundation manages nearly $900 million in assets and has distributed more than $358 million for scholarships and grants to educate youth, preserve the environment, protect animals, fund research and provide services that enhance the quality of life for people living in and around San Antonio. To learn more, visit saafdn.org.

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