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June 9, 2014 12:53 PM

East Durham speaks its own mind at anti-poverty meeting

To hear what the people of East Durham think would help alleviate its poverty, Durham officials held five “listening sessions” for residents to speak their minds. To make sure Durham officials hear what the people of East Durham think would help alleviate its poverty, the people held one of their own.

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