Date: Friday, September 9th, 2016
Location: MSB Conference Room 415
On September 9, the Latin American Board, the CAF and the Latin American Policy Association of Georgetown carried out a discussion panel on developing communities in Latin America. The panel featured officials from Latin America who are working on topics related to urban planning and student leaders from Georgetown. The discussed focused on how to integrate state and federal efforts towards improving programs and policies that revitalize cities.
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