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  • Take part in Evicted book discussion March 11

    Employees, community service agencies and others can take part in a facilitated discussion of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City from 1 to 2:30 p.m. March 11 via Zoom. 

    eviction noticeThe devastating economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic for many in Pima County cannot be overstated; record numbers of Pima County residents find themselves unable to pay their rent or mortgage, living precariously on the edge of homelessness. With the safeguard of the eviction moratorium set to expire soon, that thin line between secure housing and homelessness becomes even more tenuous. 
    Please join library staff, Pima County employees, City of Tucson employees, and staff from local community service agencies as they discuss how to better respond to the crisis during a facilitated discussion of Matthew Desmond’s book.
    Please RSVP by March 4 by emailing Matt Landon. Reserve a copy of Evicted through the Pima County Public Library. Limited copies of the book are available from Landon if you cannot reserve one. Click here to link to the book.
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