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Logan Child Poverty Community Forum

Saturday, March 16, 2013 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm
At Kids and Families Day at State Capitol ready to speak up about poverty Photo: AFSC

Addiction? Incarceration? Unemployment? Obesity?  All these issues stem from vulnerable families trying to get by on a wage that is not live-able or in communities where jobs are scarce.  In 1970, the median job paid roughly $20/hour. Today, it's less than half that.  Our country can thrive when people have the means to rise out of poverty.

 Join the BAPS (Believing All is Possible) youth leadership group, legislators, families, faith leaders and community advocates for a candid discussion about real solutions to child poverty.  You can make a difference.


Contact Information 

If your church or organization would like to be a sponsor, please contact Reggie Jones at or Lida Shepherd at


Southern Community and Technical College
Room A111
25601 Logan , WV

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