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Hispanic Alliance unveils community needs assessment

Hispanics in Greenville

The Hispanic Alliance, in partnership with the Community Foundation of Greenville and Furman University, hosted a special event Jan. 29 to unveil “Hispanics in Greenville,” a needs assessment study evaluating the current state of the Hispanic/Latino community in Greenville County. The presentation was based on a study conducted by Furman Earth and Environmental Sciences Professor Courtney Quinn and Sustainability Science Professor Matthew Cohen. Read more about the study in a GSA Bizwire.com article.

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