Host Robert Shull interviews Scott Miller, author of “Until It’s Gone: Ending Poverty in Our Nation, in Our Time” and the founder of the Circles National Campaign. Miller describes the key elements of the Circles program and explains why it has been so successful in reducing poverty where so many welfare programs have failed. He tells how the Circles campaign developed and who some of the key players have been, including Gary Stokes, Lois Smidt, and Phillip DeVol. Executive director of the South Central Community Action Program Todd Lare also joins the conversation to talk about the successes of the local Circles program.
Excerpt from City Council Member, Steve Volan’s Talk: “Gownsburg: How American College Campuses Became Dysfunctional Towns”
On Tuesday, Bloomington City Council member Steve Volan gave a talk regarding Indiana University’s place, …