Interfaith community leaders gathered together Tuesday evening to discuss the ways their faiths drive them toward a common goal of alleviating poverty.
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During his undergraduate years at Penn in the 1960s, Ira Harkavy protested the University’s treatment of the West Philadelphia community. Now, as the associate vice president and founding director of the Barbara and Edward Netter Center for Community Partnerships, he continues that mission, most recently in an article in the American Journal of Public Health.