Paulina Gonzalez

Strategic Actions for a Just Economy

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Executive Director of Strategic Actions for a Just Economy, part of a coalition that advocates for Latino and African-American stakeholders in and around the USC area

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Last October, a community meeting on the expansion of the University of Southern California drew 500 people.

Can USC Grow without Devouring the Neighborhood?

Last October, a community meeting on the expansion of the University of Southern California drew 500 people.

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