Low-income individuals have the right to speak and fight for themselves. Representation and leadership of funds is essential for the needs of the poor to be met and for change to occur.
In a recent article published by the Herald Leader, KCEOC Community Action Partnership and Barbourville were highlighted. The article, written by Robert Shaffer a retired anti-poverty worker, advocates for low income individuals to have some control of how funds are spent.
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