Central Park Bench: Poverty simulation at the Pittsburgh Mills
There are 2 comments on the centralparkbench.blogspot.com story from Apr 27, 2007, titled Central Park Bench: Poverty simulation at the Pittsburgh Mills. In it, centralparkbench.blogspot.com reports that:
There were about 42 participants in today's Poverty Simulation in the Galleria at the Pittsburgh Mills. via Central Park Bench
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#1 May 4, 2007
It's to bad that it had to be cancelled due to the lack of participates. This trully a very important study that hopfully can make a different and have the many problems associated with proverty here in PA address. Unfortunately, their were not enough people there to go ahead with the simulation. I am looking forward to the next one and hope that it isn't cancelled also. I enjoy volunteering and know that these simulation will get this matter heard by the right people. Society needs to become more proactive in addressing the issues that indirectly, or directly affect us or someone you know.
For those of you whom do nothing, but complain, it is time to stop complaining because it gets nothing accomplished, instead intervene and get involved, thats what makes changes occur.
“My park bench just got bigger!”
Since: Apr 07
#2 May 9, 2007
I don't understand what you are talking about. The simulation took place with the people who were there.
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