Homelessness Round-table Discussion
2400 3rd Ave #200
Seattle, WA 98121
On Wednesday, June 7, Antioch students who have been studying the issue of homelessness during spring quarter will be presenting their ideas for resolving homelessness in our community.
We are inviting people from the Antioch community as well as interested citizens, activists, and elected officials to join us for a round-table discussion. City attorney Pete Holmes, King County Council Member Jeanne Kohl-Welles, and All Home director Mark Putnam have all agreed to attend. The focus will be on the students’ analysis and ideas, your response to their ideas, and a coordinated conversation about strategies needed to end homelessness in Seattle and King County. It’s a lofty goal, one that has defied effective solutions, but only our common ideas, work, and will can resolve this unneeded and tragic emergency in our community and country.
Please join us. We’ll be in Room #227 in Antioch’s new campus at 2400 3rd Ave. in Belltown between Battery and Wall.
We’ll take notes and issue a report that promotes ways in which Antioch University in Seattle can be effectively involved in the goal to end homelessness in Seattle and King County. Your thoughts and ideas and insights will make a valuable contribution.