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Conference Registration
Please register online. The $40.00 registration fee includes three meals and one dessert, all conference materials, and the option to reserve a table in our exhibition space.

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Conference Schedule
NEW!Presentation Descriptions now available.

Contact Us: For specific information on this year's conference, please contact:

Jimmy Kohles
Graduate Apprentice for Service Programs

Presented by: Baylor University Student Activities, The Campus Kitchens Project, Baylor Interdisciplinary Poverty Initiative

The 2010 Poverty Summit is a national conference, co-sponsored by The Campus Kitchens Project, on October 8-10, 2010 at Baylor University. The conference is entitled, "Hungry for Justice: Social, Economic, Environmental." Confirmed speakers include Robert Egger, Founder and President of D.C. Central Kitchen, and Shannon Sedgwick Davis, a prominent anti-human trafficking advocate involved in global human rights.

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When: October 8 - 10, 2010
Where: Baylor University, Waco, Texas
Cost: $40.00

NEW INFORMATION! Conference Schedule now available.
Presentation Descriptions available here.

The conference aims to stimulate academic thought and raise awareness about poverty; engage students about the issues of social, economic, and environmental justice; and encourage action. The Summit will have a strong focus on issues stemming from poverty such as hunger and human trafficking.


The conference will be held on the campus of Baylor University at the Bill Daniel Student Center, which is located at the corner of South 5th Street and MP Daniel Esplanade (building 25 on the campus map).

Read more for additional travel information regarding directions and hotel accommodations.