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Date: Wednesday, December 15, 2021 | 03:00 pm - 04:00 pm EST

Location:  Virtual via Zoom
United States


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How can we help build communities where everyone can not only survive, but thrive? 2020 and the global pandemic further reinforced the importance of a stable, secure home without the looming threat of losing it. Duke faculty and alumni will discuss their diverse work and the support services available in community-related sectors such as evictions, homelessness, refugee resettlement, and food security. Learn about various ways we can come together and create a strong foundation for each other.

 

Moderator

  • Stelfanie Williams A.B.’98, Vice President, Duke Office for Durham & Community Affairs

Speakers

  • Norbert L. W. Wilson, Professor of Food, Economics, and Community Affairs, Duke Divinity 
  • Donna Biederman, Associate Clinical Professor, School of Nursing
  • Hardy Vieux A.B.’93, Chief of Staff, Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

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