Equity & Race in Suburban Housing

Equity & Race in Suburban Housing

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What is the history of equity in the suburbs and why does it matter today? In this online workshop, explore how the relative lack of diversity in the suburbs affects our economic well-being now and in the future.

Tags: special interest, equity, suburbs, housing

Posted By: HAND Inc.



Event Details

Date: September 25, 2020
Time: 9:00am - 10:30am




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    Fast - Fresh - Delicious
    Open Daily! 317-773-9990
    Pan-Asian flavors located on the Square in downtown Noblesville

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    Our Communities Heroes: A Paying It Forward Program. 317-496-9308

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    Our Communities Heroes: A Paying It Forward Program. 317-992-6344

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    Sign up for our EMAIL NEWSLETTER mailed out every Thursday! Included are ALL these events & more!
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    317-270-4743

More About this Event Poster: HAND Inc.

HAND addresses the housing needs of low- and moderate-income individuals, families and senior citizens in Hamilton County, investing in neighborhoods, providing housing solutions and developing partnerships to improve lives and build community

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