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Concerned about:  Educational inequities? Health disparities? Affordable equitable housing?

Time: March 25, 2010 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Meriden Four Points Sheraton
Street: 275 Research Parkway
City/Town: Meriden Connecticut
Phone: 860.209.1234
Event Type: presentation
Organized By: Ann Pratt
Latest Activity: Mar 22, 2010

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Join us for an analysis of Connecticut's future through the prism of geography, race, and opportunity.

FEATURED SPEAKER:

DAVID RUSK
"David Rusk is the hottest urban expert in the nation today," the Baltimore Sun commented in reviewing Baltimore Unbound. Cities without Suburbs, the Congressional Quarterly wrote, has virtually become the Bible of the regionalism movement." The Government Finance Review called Rusk's most recent book, Inside Game/Outside Game, "a must-read for all practicing local government officials, elected or appointed, working in a metropolitan area."
Rusk combines strong analytical skills with practical political experience. He is a former federal official, New Mexico legislator (1975-77) and mayor of Albuquerque (1977-81).
Rusk will address how an opportunity analysis can guide Connecticut to a more prosperous and equitable future.

Participating Organizations:
Connecticut Early Childhood Alliance
Connecticut Fair Housing Center
CT Parent Power
Sheff Movement Coalition

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