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What if you want to support local investment but you are low-income?

Becoming an investor is predicated on the fact that you have extra money to invest; this of course precludes many lower-income folks who would otherwise support local economic development. But Aslan Meade of Sustainable South Sound pointed out that a local investment movement needs organizers in addition to investors. He insisted, “For anyone that feels in interest in or connection to this movement, there is probably some role for them, even if it’s not financial.”

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