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Pittsburgh skyline, a Creative Commons Attribution (2.0) image from curt’s photostream

Pittsburgh has been rightly celebrated as America’s “Most Livable City” but, the renewal has not been citywide—there are many neighborhoods that have not shared in the growth and progress. Coro Pittsburgh is a comprehensive program whose mission is to advance ethical and effective leaders who share a commitment to civic engagement. The Coro Fellows in Public Affairs will host a Dialogue on Urban Affairs on Friday, October 25th. The topic at hand: Is Pittsburgh Livable for Everyone? They are looking for you—the public—to give your input into the conversation. You may even find some opportunities to take action in helping to achieve a more equitable city for all.

This event is the culmination of a weeklong program for Coro Fellows. They’ve been studying and meeting with local leaders to discover what are the critical areas of investment that could help to obtain most livable status for residents across our city.

This event is free and open to the public. A light lunch will be served.

Coro Fellows Dialogue on Urban Affairs
When: Friday, October 25, 2013, 11:30 am
Where: Homewood Library, 7101 Hamilton Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15208 (map)

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