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Racially Charged: America’s Misdemeanor Problem


Benefit from a live screening of "Racially Charged: America's Misdemeanor Problem". Following the film, President of Brave New Films, Robert Greenwald and Always For The People (AFTP) Foundation Founder and "Mr. Checkpoint", Sennett Devermont discuss exposing injustice through media, grassroots organizing, and the critical role of white allyship in the fight for racial equality. The… Read More »Racially Charged: America’s Misdemeanor Problem

Outreach Planning Committee Meeting


March 13, 2023 Meeting Agenda 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (zoom link to be sent separately) Tentative Agenda Approve Minutes of February 13, 2023 meeting Candidate pages on our webpage for March election. Update on the BIPOC Women Speaker Series Earth Day April 22 seed packet update Update on March 11 School District diversity conference… Read More »Outreach Planning Committee Meeting

The Black Bag Speaker Series: Oregon Black Pioneers

PSU Library Room 160, 1875 SW Park Ave

Join us for the launch of the Oregon Black Pioneers Historic Photograph Collection, a collaborative project of the Oregon Black Pioneers and Portland State University Center for Black Studies’ Historic Black Archive class. OBP will present on the history and context of the Black Portland family albums at the heart of the project and PSU… Read More »The Black Bag Speaker Series: Oregon Black Pioneers


Women BIPOC Speaker Series: Tracey Lam

Dunn Community Center 17520 Mesnard Street, Lake Oswego, OR, United States

Thursday March 23, 7pm Please join us for the fifth and final event in our BIPOC Speaker Series. Tracey Lam, APR, is an award-winning public relations professional who uses communications as a catalyst for diversity, equity, and inclusion. She is the director of programs and communications at Partners in Diversity, a nonproft organization that works… Read More »Women BIPOC Speaker Series: Tracey Lam

Hatfield Lecture Series: Mae Ngai

Hatfield Lecture Series: Mae Ngai Author of The Chinese Question: The Gold Rushes and Global Politics Tuesday, March 28, 2023, at 7pm At the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall or Online Mae Ngai is the Lung Family Professor of Asian American Studies and a professor of history at Columbia University. She is a U.S. legal and political… Read More »Hatfield Lecture Series: Mae Ngai

Minoru Yasui Day

White Stag Building 70 NW Couch St, Portland, OR, United States

In 2016 Oregon’s legislature designated March 28 Minoru Yasui Day to honor the state’s only Presidential Medal of Freedom awardee’s tireless fight for equality, justice, democracy, and civil rights. This year the Min Yasui Day program is scheduled for Saturday, April 1, from 1 to 3 pm. In person at the White Stag Building (70… Read More »Minoru Yasui Day

The Making of American Whiteness

Oregon Historical Society 1200 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR

The Making of American Whiteness Presented by Dr. Carmen P. Thompson, in conversation with Dr. Darrell Millner Thursday, April 6, 2023, at 5:30pm At the Oregon Historical Society, Portland Free and open to the public Register Here The Making of American Whiteness: The Formation of Race in Seventeenth-Century Virginia changes the narrative about the origins… Read More »The Making of American Whiteness


Clackamas County Equity Coalition Quarterly Workshop


Supporting Equity-Minded Candidates Join the CCEC Quarterly Meeting, April 13, 4:30-6pm via Zoom. Panel participants will share information on supporting equity-minded candidates. Breakout rooms to follow for discussion. Panel Participants Neelam Gupta, member of LO for Love and Lake Oswego School Board Catherine McMullen, member of West Linn Alliance for Inclusive Community and Clackamas County… Read More »Clackamas County Equity Coalition Quarterly Workshop

Celebration for Eid (holiday honoring the end of Ramadan)

West Linn Public Library 1595 Burns St, West Linn, OR, United States

West Linn High School's Affinity Club has organized a celebration for Eid (holiday honoring the end of Ramadan) on April 21st at the West Linn Public Library 3:30 - 6:00 pm. Admission is free, and anyone is welcome! There will be food and fun activities like henna available.

Oregon Jewish History And Jews In Clackamas County

Museum of the Oregon Territory 211 Tumwater Drive, Oregon City, OR, United States

In partnership with the Clackamas County Historical Society (CCHS), Gail Mandel, Deputy Director of the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education (OJMCHE), will deliver a presentation on Thursday, April 27, 7-8pm in the Murdock Gallery. She will provide an overview of the history of Jews in Oregon – where they came from and… Read More »Oregon Jewish History And Jews In Clackamas County

Rising Up for Human Dignity: Justice and Repair

Framing Forgiveness This panel will feature local community leaders who will complicate their quests for Justice, examining the nature of Forgiveness as illustrated in the book, The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limitations of Forgiveness, by Simon Wiesenthal. Panelists will be invited to speak about their journeys to right the historic and current harms suffered… Read More »Rising Up for Human Dignity: Justice and Repair