Richmond Anti-Poverty Group Seeks Advice from Struggling Residents 

In the Keeping It Real department, the Mayor's Anti-Poverty Commission is now filling seats on its new citizen's advisory board with people who actually live in poverty. Few of the commission's 49 members can claim much current, direct experience with what it's…

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