Attend our Annual Membership Meeting this Saturday and you'll get updates on the ACLU of Oregon's current legal and legislative work to protect and advance civil liberties, plus, a free workshop exploring the history of race in Oregon.
You don't have to be a member to attend—everyone is welcome and the entire event is free.
Saturday, May 21st, 1-4 p.m.
Annual Membership Meeting
(including History of Race in Oregon workshop)
Portland Community College, Cascade Campus
Student Center Cafeteria
705 N. Killingsworth, Portland
Over the years, Oregon's laws and policies have influenced how families and communities of color are engaged in Oregon's civic life. Come take an interactive walk with us through the timeline of Oregon's racial history and learn more about how this history impacts the decisions each of us makes today.
Find out things about Oregon that you never knew, be reminded of others that you may have forgotten, and connect the many dots during this exploration of our state's racial history. Kim Feicke from the Center for Equitable and Effective Leadership at Lewis & Clark College will facilitate.
This event is free and open to the public and also offers two free Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits (pending) to attorneys.
We hope to see you there!
ACLU of Oregon