Why Bother? Engaging our Changing City
As Austin grows and thrives, our city is becoming more diverse. Latinos, African-Americans, and Asians now make up over 50% of our residents. Yet this diversity isn't reflected among citizens who vote.
Join us for a review of the trends, and lend your voice during citizen roundtables to discuss how to get everyone engaged in our city's future.
Why Bother? Engaging Our Changing City
Monday, December 10, 2012
7:00 - 9:00 pm
Austin Community College
Eastview Campus, Multi-purpose Hall, Room 8500
3401 Webberville Road
Host Joy Diaz, Reporter, KUT
Juan Castillo, Senior Reporter, Austin American-Statesman
Chantel Bottoms, Senior Research Analyst, Community Action Network
Community Facilitators, including:
The event is free and open to the public.
Light refreshments will be served.
Spanish and ASL interpreters will be available.
This event is hosted in partnership with Austin Community College
More information on the Why Bother? series as a whole can be found here.