UNCG Campus Weekly

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Guest speakers at Housing Hangout focused on homelessness

On Friday, July 7, the Center for Housing and Community Studies will host a Housing Hangout event focused on youth homelessness, with several guest speakers. The speakers include Brian Hahne from Partners Ending Homelessness, Michelle Kennedy from the Interactive Resource Center and Yatisha Blythe from Guilford County Schools. Director of the Center, Dr. Stephen Sills, will show some documentary clips about homelessness.

The “Housing Hangout” is an informal space in which community housing advocates, city officials, university researchers, students, and members of the public gather to discuss housing and community development issues. This month’s conversation will take place in the MHRA Building, Room 1607. It is free and open to the public, and refreshments are provided.