A Panel Discussion on Poverty and Activism on a Local Level
Project Dialogue Presents: A Panel Discussion on Poverty and Activism on a Local Level
Oct. 15th at 7:00pm in the All Faith Chapel
Poverty takes many forms. From homelessness, to hunger, to broken families, poverty has devastating societal and economic implications. This poverty roundtable will give Vanderbilt students the opportunity to learn about the many types of poverty that exists in our society as well as ways to reduce poverty in their local communities.
How can students start sustainable business that directly benefits those in need? What really is social entrepreneurship? Our panel of students, staff, and experts in the field, including the founder of The Contributor newspaper will attempt to answer these questions. This is a fantastic opportunity to dialogue not only about the consequences of poverty, but also about how to turn things around.