Welcoming Communities Quarterly
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Poverty Next Door was created to explore the realities of income inequality in America, to re-frame the conversation on poverty and to offer solutions toward positive change. When we really understand the plight of others, or share our own struggles openly, this compassion can change hearts, policies, and help break down economic barriers.

The biography of the Cumberland Plateau in Appalachia begins in the violence of the Indian Wars and ends in the despair of the idle miners living off Welfare. Two hundred years ago the plateau was a land of promise.

Measure What Matters: Realigning Economic Success with Societal Well-Being
One year. One principal.
One heartbreaking setback as her struggling elementary school
fights to get off "the list."
Wednesday, January 22 7:30pm Chalberg Theater, Brainerd

The Reminders are a rare and remarkable musical duo seamlessly blending soulful sounds and roots music with insightful messages and thoughtful lyrics. The group consists of Brussels-born emcee Big Samir and Queens-born emcee/vocalist Aja Black, a collective creative force that's hard to beat.

Tickets $12 Adult / $10 Under 18 • Service fees apply to online ticket purchases.
Sponsored by: CLC Graphic Design