A Webinar on Race, Poverty, and Economics

A Webinar on Race, Poverty, and Economics 


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About this event

Kim Carter, Founder of the Time for Change Foundation, will talk about socio-economic ties to mass incarceration that has been coupled with divestment in the black community and the many disparities faced in building economic power and black wealth.


Kim Carter is the Founder and Ambassador
of Time for Change Foundation. Today she is
a powerful leader for transforming the lives
of those impacted by poverty, marginalization
and recidivism. In 2002, she started Time for
Change Foundation for homeless women and
quickly created housing for women and their
children. As a thriving entrepreneur for the
past 16 years she created a plethora of evidence-
based programs and services in addition
to the full housing continuum which include 2
emergency shelters, 13 permanent supportive
housing units and developing her first affordable
housing project the Phoenix Square. The agency’s
budget has grown 500% since its humble
beginnings in 2002 with current annual revenues
exceeding 3 million dollars.

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Wednesday, August 5 at 11:30am to 1:00pm

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