December 1, 2017
8:30 am - 5:30 pm
610 S. Michigan Ave.
For 50 years now, the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law has been working to reduce poverty in America. Our goal is to make justice, equity, and opportunity work for everyone. It’s a big goal, and it’s work that never ends.
As we face threats to important policies at the federal level -- we must look at the real and imminent impact on workers, families, and communities across the country. The choices that states make will have monumental consequences on the ability of their residents to grow and learn, work, care for loved ones, and live in dignity.
Join our advocacy community in Chicago on December 1, 2017, for a day-long gathering to explore what we need to secure justice, every day for everyone in the next 50 years to come.
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Connect. Engage. Act.
Justice Dinners are an opportunity for Shriver Center ambassadors, friends, and supporters to gather for intimate and engaging conversations on poverty, racial justice, and policy solutions that can be implemented at the federal, state, and local level.
Hosted by Shriver Center supporters, the 50 Justice Dinners to be held across the country in 2017 will generate ideas, expand networks, and enlist allies for justice and opportunity.
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