Trump’s Budget and its Impact on San Diego’s Urban Communities
Update May 9, 2017:
Our RISE Urban Breakfast Club conversation on May 19 has been postponed and ticket purchases will be automatically refunded via Eventbrite. We thank you for your ongoing support of our breakfast dialogues and look forward to sharing details with you about our next event, which takes place on June 16 and will focus on immigrants and refugees.
We also encourage you to consider supporting the Harvey Milk Diversity Breakfast on May 19, which is organized by our community partner The San Diego LGBT Community Center. Now in its ninth year, the event celebrates equality, justice, and the life of this civil rights activist and proceeds benefit The Center’s social services programs. Please visit their event page for more information and to purchase tickets.
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Urban communities across the nation rely on the federal government for funds that support many important initiatives, including workforce training, affordable housing, early childhood education, and environmental protection. What will President Trump’s 2018 budget priorities mean for San Diego’s urban communities?
On May 19, 2017, the RISE Urban Breakfast Club will host a conversation on Trump’s Budget and its Impact on San Diego’s Urban Communities. The event will take place from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. at The Salvation Army Kroc Center’s Rolando Room.
Seating is limited and tickets are $25 per person; please RSVP by purchasing your ticket today. Sign up for our Civic Engagement Initiatives mailing list to be among the first to receive news on upcoming RISE Urban Breakfast Club events.