Oregonians envision a future that includes communities built on values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. At the same time, we live in a society that marginalizes and excludes people of color. How does Oregon’s history of racism influence our present and how can understanding historic and current impacts of racism in Oregon contribute to our sense of place and vision of the future? How can diversity and inclusion create thriving communities?
This is the focus of “Race and Place: Racism and Resilience in Oregon’s Past and Future,” a free conversation with Anita Yap, Traci Price, and folks in your community. This program is hosted by People's Food Co-op and sponsored by Oregon Humanities.
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