http://citylimitsproject.org/sites/default/files/Nested%20Sequence%2026.mp4, http://citylimitsproject.org/sites/default/files/Nested%20Sequence%2014.mp4, http://citylimitsproject.org/sites/default/files/Nested%20Sequence%2012.mp4, http://citylimitsproject.org/sites/default/files/Nested%20Sequence%2003.mp4, http://citylimitsproject.org/sites/default/files/Nested%20Sequence%2032.mp4, http://citylimitsproject.org/sites/default/files/Nested%20Sequence%2010.mp4, http://citylimitsproject.org/sites/default/files/Nested%20Sequence%2029.mp4, http://citylimitsproject.org/sites/default/files/Nested%20Sequence%2006.mp4, http://citylimitsproject.org/sites/default/files/Nested%20Sequence%2017.mp4, http://citylimitsproject.org/sites/default/files/Nested%20Sequence%2001_0.mp4, http://citylimitsproject.org/sites/default/files/Nested%20Sequence%2025.mp4, http://citylimitsproject.org/sites/default/files/Nested%20Sequence%2005.mp4,
 

What Is City Limits?

In short, City Limits is a year-long multi-platform civic engagement project produced by WAER Public Media that examines and explores poverty in Syracuse.  It is a mix of journalism, storytelling and community convening designed to spark a community-wide dialogue between individuals, organizations, and community constituencies.  Each episode of this podcast project will challenge assumptions on poverty and highlight one of the many poverty related issues ranging from food insecurity, to economic development, to affordable housing and more.

  • Syracuse ranks 1st in concentrated poverty. Almost two-thirds of Syracuse's black and Hispanic residents live in extreme poverty.
  • Syracuse, NY ranks 13th in the nation in poverty
 

About WAER

WAER is the non-commercial FM radio station owned and operated by Syracuse University.  As a NPR member station, WAER serves approximately 36,000 weekly listeners with NPR news and information on its FM and HD channels at 88.3 FM, 2,600 weekly listeners via audio streaming, and 10,000 weekly web visitors at waer.org.

Where Can I Find City Limits Content?

Thanks to a generous community grant from the Central New York Community Foundation, all audio content will be stored and available on demand here at www.citylimitsproject.org.  This site provides community resource listings, information on how to get involved, and a quiz to test your knowledge and challenge your assumptions on poverty.  Additionally, audio stories will be delivered through iTunes, Stitcher, NPR’s NPR One app, the WAER mobile app, a dedicated Facebook page, Youtube, and on waer.org.

  • 47% of Syracuse children live in poverty
  • Over 41,000 of Syracuse residents fall below the federal poverty line
 

What Is City Limits?

In short, City Limits is a year-long multi-platform civic engagement project produced by WAER Public Media that examines and explores poverty in Syracuse.  It is a mix of journalism, storytelling and community convening designed to spark a community-wide dialogue between individuals, organizations, and community constituencies.  Each episode of this podcast project will challenge assumptions on poverty and highlight one of the many poverty related issues ranging from food insecurity, to economic development, to affordable housing and more.

  • Syracuse ranks 1st in concentrated poverty. Almost two-thirds of Syracuse's black and Hispanic residents live in extreme poverty.
  • Syracuse, NY ranks 13th in the nation in poverty
 

About WAER

WAER is the non-commercial FM radio station owned and operated by Syracuse University.  As a NPR member station, WAER serves approximately 36,000 weekly listeners with NPR news and information on its FM and HD channels at 88.3 FM, 2,600 weekly listeners via audio streaming, and 10,000 weekly web visitors at waer.org.

Where Can I Find City Limits Content?

Thanks to a generous community grant from the Central New York Community Foundation, all audio content will be stored and available on demand here at www.citylimitsproject.org.  This site provides community resource listings, information on how to get involved, and a quiz to test your knowledge and challenge your assumptions on poverty.  Additionally, audio stories will be delivered through iTunes, Stitcher, NPR’s NPR One app, the WAER mobile app, a dedicated Facebook page, Youtube, and on waer.org.

  • 47% of Syracuse children live in poverty
  • Over 41,000 of Syracuse residents fall below the federal poverty line