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Published on Dec 16, 2014
On December 4th and 5th, 2014 - The USC Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy and the USC Sol Price Center for Social Innovation - held a joint conference entitled Prioritizing Place: A National Forum on Place-Based Initiatives.
This conference was the culmination of a year-long inquiry into the state of philanthropic initiatives and public sector efforts to address geographically-concentrated poverty.
This breakout session, entitled Rural Communities and Native Reservations discusses that since we’ve moved beyond inner city areas, the field has developed differentiated approaches in different types of communities, including rural areas and Native American reservations. How are these approaches shaped by their locations?
• Doug Easterling, Chair, Social Sciences and Health Policy, Wake Forest School of Medicine • Peter Pennekamp, Senior Research Fellow, Philanthropy Northwest
• Lisa Richter, Principal, Avivar Capital
• Gladys Washington, Program Director, Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation