Location: LAT/LONG: 42.644543, -71.313158
Attendees can plan to meet at the Lowell National Historical Park Visitor Center. The talk will take place in the theater.
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Industrialization brought many changes to the American social structure, including major shifts in how we collectively think about and respond to poverty. “Qualms for the Poor” will explore the complex story of poverty within the city of Lowell, from the early days of the city poor farm to contemporary initiatives to combat homelessness.
Lowell Talks are community conversations on a wide range of social and political topics, often comparing parallel stories in history with the present. Our partners for this event are Diane Waddell, Director of the Living Waters Center of Hape and Jaime Dillon, Executive Director at the Life Connection Center.
Reservation or Registration: No
Contact InformationAubrey Brown