Scott Myers-Lipton, an Associate
Professor at San José State University, is the
author of numerous scholarly articles on civic
engagement, education, and racism.
For the past 15 years he has helped students
examine solutions to poverty by taking them to
live at homeless shelters, the Navajo and Lakota
nations and to Kingston, Jamaica. Dr.
Myers-Lipton is currently on a nation-wide
Inspire your students, staff, or
congregations to make a difference in the
world. Dr. Myers-Lipton advocates solving
poverty is possible, as the historical record
demonstrates, and that we, as democratic
citizens, have an important role to play to end
Contact him at
firstname.lastname@example.org or (408) 924-5761.
Honorarium and travel expenses negotiable.