Experts and advocates from across the state gather on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to address a few of the many questions and challenges regarding poverty in Kentucky. Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw host. Panelists include Terry Brooks, executive director, Kentucky Youth Advocates; Councilwoman Attica Woodson Scott, Louisville Metro Govenment; Eric Schansberg, an economics professor at Indiana University-Southeast and member of the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Board of Scholars; Reid Livingston, Kentucky director, Save the Children USA; Courtney Trent, Early Steps to School Success coordinator, Save the Children; Gerry Roll, executive director, Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky; James P. Ziliak, founding director, University of Kentucky Center for Poverty Research and a UK Gatton Endowed Chair of Economics; and Michelle Tooley, the Eli Lilly Professor of Religion, Berea College. A 2013 KET production.
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