Metro Matters: The Podcast

Metro Matters: The Podcast

Check out the latest installment of Metro Matters, which features an interview with the Brookings Institution’s Elizabeth Kneebone.

The suburbs of Las Vegas. JDNX

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In this month’s Metro Matters, Next American City’s Editor in Chief Diana Lind talks with Brookings Senior Research Analyst Elizabeth Kneebone about the increasing suburbanization of poverty. Contrary to popular belief, suburbs are now home to the largest and fastest growing poor population in the country. Why is this happening and who are the suburban poor? Listen to this month’s podcast to find out. And don’t forget to subscribe to Metro Matters in iTunes so you’ll never miss an episode.

To listen to the podcast, click here.

Tags: philadelphiawashington dcgovernancepovertynext american city

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