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Willie Baptist of the Poverty Initiative with U.S. Mission City Chairs Lessons from the National Homeless Union in the 1980's

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January, 2012

 Willie Baptist, a leader with the National Union of the Homeless throughout the 1980s and today, a Scholar-in-Residence with Poverty Initiative at Union Theological Seminary, explains the importance of leadership development in solving poverty. Introduction by J.R. Fleming of the Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign.

 

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