6:30-8 pm Tuesday, Nov. 13, at Mount Zion Temple, 1300 Summit Ave, St. Paul
Art Rolnick, economist and senior fellow at the University of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public Affairs, will share his insights on the economics of early childhood education.
Bruce Corrie, appointed in 2018 by Mayor Melvin Carter to serve as Planning and Economic Development
director for the City of Saint Paul, will talk about affordable housing in Saint Paul.
Panelists from Project HOME, Community Action Partnership of Ramsey and Washington Counties, and Neighborhood House will discuss the largest barriers they see in their work and how these barriers can be addressed.
The program will conclude with time for discussion.
Free childcare will be available. Please sign up in advance.
This community conversation is sponsored by JRLC, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Immanuel Lutheran Church and Mount Zion Temple.