Indy partners with Christian leaders to reduce poverty

Mayor Joe Hogsett announces City partnership for the CTS Faith & Action Project. (WISH Photo/Kevin Ratermann)
Mayor Joe Hogsett announces City partnership for the CTS Faith & Action Project. (WISH Photo/Kevin Ratermann)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The city of Indianapolis is partnering with Faith leaders to motivate organizations to come up with solutions to poverty.

Matthew Myer Boulton, president of Christian Theological Seminary, spoke to 24-Hour News 8’s Dave Barras about the program.

New York Times columnist David Brooks and national talk show host Tavis Smiley will speak at the inaugural Faith & Action Project event. Click here for tickets.

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