2012-11-16 11:33

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Why Bother? Engaging our Changing City

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Why Bother? Engaging Our Changing City  was a past event held on December 10th, 2012.

As Austin grows and thrives, our city is becoming more diverse. Latinos, African-Americans, and Asians now make up over 50% of our residents. Yet this diversity isn't reflected among citizens who vote.

Why Bother? Engaging Our Changing City
 

Monday, December 10, 2012
7:00 - 9:00 pm
Austin Community College
Eastview Campus, Multi-purpose Hall, Room 8500
3401 Webberville Road

Featuring
Host Joy Diaz, Reporter, KUT
Juan Castillo, Senior Reporter, Austin American-Statesman
Chantel Bottoms, Senior Research Analyst, Community Action Network
Community Facilitators, including:

Lisa Byrd
Samantha Davis
Brigid Hall
Carmen Llanes
Jon Salinas
Paulina Sosa
Jeffrey Travillion
Sarah Wildt

The event was free and open to the public.
Spanish and ASL interpreters were available.

This event was hosted in partnership with Austin Community College

More information on the Why Bother? series as a whole can be found here.