Growing suburb poverty, a Michigan Radio interview with Scott Allard.
Scott Allard, an associate professor at the University of Chicago and a research affiliate with the National Poverty Center, was interviewed on Michigan Radio's "Stateside" in a story about suburban poverty, "Where poverty lives in Michigan."
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