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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Richmond Mayor Jones starts Anti Poverty Commission

Richmond Mayor Jones starts Anti Poverty Commission
Staff Writter

The capital city of Virginia is starting a anti poverty commission. People are hoping that the commission will do some good int he city of Richmond.

Members on the Commission:

Rev. Wallace Adams-Riley

Dr. Kevin Allison, VCU WIlder School for Government Elizabeth Blue

Jackie Bolden, NAACP

Kim Bridges, Richmond School Board

Ben Campbell, Richmond Hill

Betsy Carr, Virginia House of Delegates

Michael Cassidy, Virginia Public Policy Institute

Peter Chapman, City of Richmond Economic and Community Development

Tom Chewning, Community Volunteer

Mary Lou Decassaux, Fulton Neighborhood Resource Center

Lillie Estes, The Ridley Group

Aaron Evans, Richmond Drug Court

Reggie Gordon, Red Cross

Dr. Carolyn Graham, City of Richmond Human Services

Michael Herring, Richmond Commonwealth's Attorney

Anne Holton, Former First Lady, Former Judge

Yvonne Jones-Bibbs, Sixth Street Baptist Church

Kelly King-Horne, Homeward

Dr. Jack Lanier, Richmond Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA)

Dr. Melvin Law, NAACP

Charles Layman, Goodwill

Paul McWhinney, Commonwealth of Virginia Social Services

Dr. John Moeser, Community Volunteer

Tyrone Nelson

Gary Rhodes, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College

Ellen Robertson, Richmond City Council

Dr. Michael Royster, Virginia Department of Health

Jim Schuyler, Partnership for Community Action Agencies

Anthony Scott, Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority (RRHA)

Aquanette Scott, Richmond Tenants Association

Dr. Tom Shields, University of Richmond

Dr. Donald Stern, Richmond City Health Department

Candice Streett, LISC

Thad Williamson, University of Richmond

Patricia Williford, Richmond Tenants Association

tags: Mayor Dewight Jones,City of Richmond government,

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