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Taborspace, 5441 SE Belmont

5441 SE Belmont Street
Portland, OR 97215, US (map)

part of the Mt Tabor Presbyterian Church

Access Notes

Free, but limited, parking available in the parking lot at SE Belmont between 54th and 55th Avenues. There is also free street parking available in the neighborhood.

TriMet #15 bus line
For information about buses/MAX, go to trimet.org or call 503-238-RIDE. (Portland)


Mt Tabor, SE

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Past events that happened here

  • Tuesday
    Feb 13 2018
    LOCATION CHANGE, DUP EVENT! Resistance Forums: Multnomah County Commissioner District 2

    the event is at the Portsmouth Union church - see https://pdxactivist.org/events/3071 for relevant details

    The Democratic Socialist of America Portland Chapter, The Multnomah County Democrats Community Action Committee, Portland’s Resistance, and The Oregon Working Families Party will be co-hosting forums for four important races in the upcoming May elections. While May elections often see lower voter turnout, engagement, and coverage, they are in many cases even more important than November elections. Our organizations are unified in resistance of the federal administration and hope to hold events in that shared spirit. Our country is at a crossroads and Oregon voters need to know the vision that candidates have for our region’s future.

    Current candidates invited to this forum are:

    • Maria Garcia
    • Susheela Jayapal
    • Bruce Broussard
    • Sharon Maxwell

    The forums will be every Tuesday in February at different locations throughout the City.

    • February 6, 2018: Oregon State Senate District 24
    • February 13, 2018: Multnomah County Commissioner Position 2
    • February 20, 2018: Portland City Council Position 3
    • February 27, 2018: Portland City Council Position 2

    More details will be released in the following weeks. We look forward to providing a platform for our varied communities to be heard in these elections.

  • Thursday
    Feb 8 2018
    White Supremacy in Oregon: History and Current Issues - 6 wk course

    Despite Oregon’s progressive and forward-thinking reputation, our history tells another story – indeed, many refer to Oregon as the South of the North, as we have historically embraced segregation, exclusion and displacement. Now, the disparities between communities of color and white people are extreme. Participants in this course will spend six weeks delving into our state’s history and our current realities. We will collectively build an understanding of how Oregon’s whiteness, historically and today, has functioned, an understanding that will help us move forward to develop a better future for us all.

    Follow the registration link for more information on the topics covered during each week of the course.

    Cost: $140. Proceeds of this class benefit the anti-oppression work of Oregon NOW, the state chapter of the National Organization for Women. A limited number of spaces are available for SNAP and WIC recipients to take the class at no charge; to request this option, send an email to Kristin Teigen at kmteig@comcast.net. Students who must miss a class are welcome to connect personally with the instructor to catch up.

    Instructor: Kristin Teigen, MA, M.Ed. is an educator at Portland State University, where she teaches the history of communities of color in Oregon and issues of women’s homelessness. She’s also an anti-oppression activist, having worked in feminist, queer and people of color movements. She’s the current Secretary and is the Immediate Past President of Oregon NOW.

    White Supremacy in Oregon: History and Current Issues
    Taborspace · Portland, Oregon
    Course meetings

    • THU Feb 8 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • THU Feb 15 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • THU Feb 22 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • THU Mar 1 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • THU Mar 8 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • THU Mar 15 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Tuesday
    Feb 6 2018
    Portland's African American Boys: How to Be an Ally (Portland Underground Grad School)
    Taborspace, 5441 SE Belmont

    Deadly police violence against Black men and boys sparked the #BLACKLIVESMATTER movement. But that violence represents a wider problem in American society: the fact that our national consciousness persists in viewing Black males through negative narratives. In this course, we will attack those narratives and ultimately become better allies to Black boys and men in Portland.

    We will learn about the past, present, and future faced by Black men in Portland. We will confront society’s perceptions and biases, as well as our own, and we will consider how Black men are working to change them. We will also learn how to take personal and collective action to make a difference. In the end, we will be equipped to engage and support Black men without being another source of harm, and we'll have a concrete plan for moving forward.

    Instructor: Justice Rajee is a program manager at Portland Opportunities Industrialization Center, serving Black young men on probation, and the Justice Subcommittee Chair for Black Male Achievement Portland. He is also the creator/host of the Ask Your Oldhead podcast.

    Sign up here: https://www.pugspdx.com/february-2018-courses/portlands-african-american-boys-how-to-be-an-ally

  • Saturday
    Feb 3 2018
    How to Apologize (PUGS)

    Apologies have been in the news lately, but have you ever thought about how to make a good apology and why it's so hard to do so?

    Join us in this one day workshop as we learn how to make a skillful and conciliatory apology. We will review recent high profile "apologies" (Matt Lauer, Kevin Spacey, Louis CK) along with examples from the past (Bill Clinton, Bob Packwood). In deconstructing them, we’ll identify the difference between an apology and non-apology and the barriers (emotional, legal, PR) to a good apology.

    In the end, an apology is good when one shows they understand the offense and humbly seeks forgiveness. When we subject ourselves to another in hopes of healing and emotional growth for each of us, we’re doing our small part to keep compassion, justice, and grace at the center of our shared humanity. With that in mind, let’s ask ourselves: Who do I need to ask forgiveness from? And to whom do I need to offer it?

    Instructor: Douglas Tsoi, JD, is the founder of Portland Underground Grad School (PUGS), a school for everyday life. Before PUGS, he managed a $4 million education and training program at the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance. Previous careers include teaching high school history and ethics, as well as being a intellectual property lawyer. A nationally renowned education expert called Douglas "the best teacher I've ever seen teach."

  • Monday
    Jan 15 2018
    Portland Indivisible Community Meeting

    Mark your calendar: We're gearing up for year two! Join us on this day of service as we plan to help sister groups in red districts & states.

  • Wednesday
    Dec 13 2017
    Know These Mountains/ Conocer estas montañas Reading and Book Release Party

    Join us to celebrate the release of our new anthology Know These Mountains/ Conocer estas montañas, featuring the talented writers from our fall workshops in schools, assisted living facilities, affordable housing buildings and other agencies. Few Portland events include so many diverse voiced!

    The reading is free, ADA-accessible and everyone is welcome. Free guided playtime for children is provided. Books will be available for purchase.

    Free, but limited, parking available in the parking lot at SE Belmont between 54th and 55th Avenues. There is also free street parking available in the neighborhood. Books will be available for purchase.

    This reading is funded in part by generous support from: Work for Art, Oregon Cultural Trust, Beaverton Arts Program and CareOregon.

    Thank you to media sponsor KBOO Community Radio.

    For more info, call 503.796.9224 or visit writearound.org.

    The reading will be held at Taborspace, located at the corner of SE Belmont and SE 55th Ave on TriMet #15 bus line.

    For information about buses/MAX, go to trimet.org or call 503-238-RIDE. (Portland)

    Southwest Washington - go to www.c-tran.org or call 360-695-0123.

  • ROSE Community Development Winter Mixer

    It's FREE! Our 4th Annual Winter Mixer will raise money for our Emergency Loan Fund which supports low-income residents experiencing emergencies ranging from unexpected medical expenses to transportation and utility costs.

    You'll be joined by:

    • Richard Meeker, Founder of Give!Guide
    • Emergency Loan Fund Recipients
    • ROSE board and staff
    • Yummy appetizers
    • Local craft beer
    • Amazing raffle prizes

    Raffle ticket prices will be available for purchase the night of the event: 1 for $5, 3 for $10, 7 for $20 and 20 for $50. Bring cash.

    All proceeds will go directly into ROSE's Emergency Loan Fund that supports families in need of financial assistance. If you can't attend but want to support ROSE please consider a donation at: visit tiny.cc/ggROSE.

  • Wednesday
    Nov 29 2017
    Emergency Phone Bank: Stop The Trump Tax Scam

    Wednesday, 11/29, 12-2pm
    TaborSpace Art Space
    5441 SE Belmont.
    Please bring a laptop (or tablet) and a cell phone.
    *headphones recommended but not required.

    The Indivisible Guide brought back the blue state/red state calling tool from the last healthcare fight.

    We’re going to use it to stop the #TrumpTaxScam.

    We'll call progressive constituents in swing states, and urge them to call their Senators immediately to vote NO.

    If you can’t join us in person, call from home and join our virtual calling party on Facebook and Twitter! We’ll be posting live and inviting participation!! https://www.trumptaxscam.org/calls-to-kill-the-tax-scam/

  • Tuesday
    Nov 28 2017
    PDX Queer Lives on Film community event


    Hello! As some of you have heard me share this year, I am working with SE Uplift on short film pieces archiving queer POC lives in Portland, Oregon.

    Please, join others and me in an evening of conversation, exercises, food and community.

    Our partners are Latino Network, U.T.O.P.I.A. (United Territories of Pacific Islanders Alliance) PDX, and Q Center.

    More about project:

    Portland Queer Lives on Film (PDXQLOF) is a local project engaging members of the PDX community to discuss/learn about the LGBTQ+ experience through the queer lives project. Portland Queer Lives on Film is a documentary project where life stories will be archived in video form, through events and interviews, in order to discuss intersectionality.


    Saludos. Como algunos de ustedes me han escuchado compartir este año, estoy trabajando con #SEUplift en piezas de cortometrajes que archivan vidas de personas queer de color en Portland, Oregon.

    Por favor, únanse a otros y a mí en una noche de conversación, ejercicios, comida y comunidad.

    Nuestros compañerxs son: #LatinoNetwork, #UTOPIA, y #QCenter.

    Más sobre el proyecto:

    #PDXQLOF es un proyecto local que involucra a miembros de la comunidad para discutir/aprender de la experiencia LGBTQ + a través de piezas de documental. Es un proyecto en el que las historias de vida se archivarán en video, a través de eventos y entrevistas, para discutir la interseccionalidad.

  • Monday
    Oct 30 2017
    Planning Meeting for Occupation-Free Portland

    Come help plan next steps for our campaign to keep Portland free of any complicity in Israel's illegal occupation of Palestinian lands. Help preserve the partial victory of banning city investments in corporations that profit from the occupation and human rights violations.

    Occupation-Free Portland
    Occupation-Free Portland is a coalition of religious, peace, social justice, and human rights organizations. Go to http://occupationfreepdx.org/

  • Sunday
    Oct 22 2017
    Asian American LGBTQ Family Acceptance Workshop

    *NEW LOCATION Taborspace in the Copeland Commons 5441 SE Belmont St. Portland, OR 97215

    API Pride and NQAPIA are excited to host this event! Join us for a workshop to hear Asian American parents share their experiences of confusion, fear, love, acceptance, and celebration of their LGBTQ children. We especially welcome parents of LGBTQ kids who would like to talk with other parents who understand the unique cultural issues in our communities, LGBTQ people who want to come out to their parents, or people who are struggling with family acceptance and want to understand different ways to bring them together. If you are already out to your parents, caregivers, or other family, bring them along!

    Free but please register!. Snacks and food provided!

    Panel Bios: Michelle Honda-Phillips (Bay Area) is a fourth-generation Japanese-American, proud mother of three children, including Malisa, her 9 year old transgender daughter. Malisa knew that her brain and body did not match and expressed her gender identity at a very young age. Michelle spreads awareness and understanding through speaking about her family's journey with acceptance and unconditional love in hopes that other families will embrace their children for their authentic selves and look beyond gender binary stereotypes.

    H.K. Suh is a proud father of gay son and lives in Northern Virginia. He works as Technology/Publication Manager at the American Bar Association in Washington D.C. Together with Kate Shim, his wife, he has helped found the Korean American Rainbow Parents, the first national LGBTQ advocacy group of Korean American parents and the local Korean American Rainbow Group of DC Area, composed of LGBTQ individuals, parents and allies.

    Asian Pacific Islander Pride
    Nonprofit Organization · Portland, Oregon
    Non-profit organization serving the LGBTQ API communities in greater Portland, OR

    National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance
    Nonprofit Organization · Washington, District of ColumbiaMbr> NQAPIA is a federation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Asian American, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander (API) organizations.

  • Thursday
    Sep 7 2017
    The People's History of Oregon (Portland Underground Grad School)
    • Thursdays, September 7, 14, 21, 28. || 7:00-9:00pm
    • Taborspace|| 5441 SE Belmont St
    • 4 weeks || Limited to 20 students || Scholarships Available

    Whiteness and Power

    Despite Oregon’s progressive and forward thinking reputation, our history tells another story – indeed, many refer to Oregon as the South of the North, as we have historically embraced segregation, exclusion and displacement. Through this class, we will look at how Oregon’s whiteness, historically and today, has created this reality.

    Portland Underground Grad School - Never Stop Learning.

  • Tuesday
    Sep 5 2017
    Jewish Voice for Peace panel discussion on Why Does the United States Support Israel?

    Please plan to attend a Jewish Voice for Peace panel discussion on “Why Does the United States Support Israel?” Panelists include Palestinian activist Layla Abdel-Jawad, a member of Students United for Palestinian Equal Rights; Joel Beinin, professor of Middle East History at Stanford University; Palestinian activist Wael Elasady, founder of Students United for Palestinian Equal Rights at Portland State University, a former co-host of One Land Many Voices, and a member of the International Socialist Organization; and Maya Rotem, a Jewish Israeli activist with Anarchists Against the Wall.

    The forum hopes to address a number of issues, such as the role of the Israel Lobby in shaping U.S. policy, the role of the military-industrial complex and the national security establishment, and how Palestine solidarity activists can counter these forces.

    Co-sponsored by the Democratic Socialists of America, International Socialist Organization (ISO), Unitarian Universalists for Justice in the Middle East, Friends of Sabeel North America, KBOO Community Radio, Occupation-Free Portland, United Church of Christ Central Pacific Conference Palestine Israel Network, Portland Fellowship of Reconciliation, and Chapter 72, Veterans for Peace.

  • Saturday
    Aug 19 2017
    Bystander Intervention Workshop

    In light of recent tragic events and in honor of the heroes who protected two teenage girls on the Max from a hateful racist attack, bystander intervention workshops have been organized with the help of Teressa Raiford of Dont Shoot Portland. The goal of this workshop is to learn how to be an ally when we encounter threats to others in our communities, and how we can reduce danger for the most vulnerable while keeping ourselves and others safe.

    Please join us Saturday, August 19th at TaborSpace in the Annex (lower level, wheelchair accessible) for a bystander support/intervention training workshop facilitated by Teressa Raiford, Lara Jones and Hanna Davis.

    We are asking for a suggested $20+ sliding scale donation to benefit Don't Shoot Portland.


    Dont Shoot Portland - In August 2014 we agreed to take political action and organize at Dawson Park to be in solidarity with the growing response from Ferguson, MO #MikeBrown

  • Wednesday
    Jul 26 2017
    Interrupting Hate in Public Spaces

    As tensions flare and incidents of public hate skyrocket, join us as we explore what inhibits us from interrupting hate. Learn how to overcome those inhibitions and practice skills for becoming a strong ally for all those targeted in today’s hostile climate. Using tools and methodologies proven over decades of use from the foundational text: Training Active Bystanders, we will learn how to build a culture of peace by engaging in active nonviolence.

    Be sure to register at https://www.ywcapdx.org/interrupting-hate-public-spaces/

    The YWCA of Greater Portland's mission is to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

  • Thursday
    Jul 6 2017
    Voices From the Front Lines: The State of PDX Community Driven Media, a fundraiser for PDX Zine Symposium

    "Voices From the Front Lines”: The State of Community Driven Media in Portland featuring Zahir Janmohamed (The Racist Sandwich), Melanie Stevens (Miss Anthology Comics & The Nat Turner Project), Andre Middleton (Open Signal, XRayFM), and Israel Bayer (Street Roots).

    July 6th, 2017, Thursday Doors at 6:30p, Panel starts at 7:00pm TaborSpace (5441 SE Belmont St, PDX) $7-10 Sliding Scale (All proceeds go to the Portland Zine Symposium) portlandzinesymposium.org

    This is PZS's annual fundraiser, and we are attempting to raise $500 help offset the cost of port-o-potty rentals. Please help us raise the necessary funds! Your donations are appreciated!

    Portland Zine Symposium - An organization that since 2001 has put on events to celebrate and support small press and DIY culture.

    The Racist Sandwich - A podcast about food, race, gender, and class, hosted by chef Soleil Ho and journalist Zahir Janmohamed. Produced by Juan Ramirez.

    Miss Anthology’s mission is to support racially and economically diverse young comic artists of the female diaspora by teaching professional skills through hands-on workshops, and publishing their work online and in print. By introducing female and genderqueer artists and writers to the comics and the art industries before they graduate, they will gain a firm understanding and head start on their careers, as well as an established network of peers within this otherwise male-dominated field.

    The Nat Turner Project allows artists of color to go beyond the usual initial expositions inherent in presenting art borne of marginalized perspectives to a dominant culture; allowing artists of color freedom to create or express their own language within and without the parameters of racial commodification or designation. NTP creates an environment of inclusivity, a communal harbor for artists previously silenced by institutional constraints, and actively provides priority spaces to artists of color; allowing others the privilege of viewership from an outsider role. Nat Turner Project, not just a name, but a statement of artistic freedom.

    Open Signal: Portland Community Media Center - With a commitment to creativity, technology and social change, Open Signal makes media production possible for everyone. We provide skills, equipment, inspiration and we amplify local voices on five cable channels.

    XRAY.FM is an independent, not-for-profit radio station which supports the Pacific Northwest’s music and arts communities. It fulfills its educational mission through airing local public affairs programs featuring voices seldom heard on radio, and broadcasting a diverse array of music, with a focus on new, local, independent, and experimental recordings. XRAY.FM also serves as a resource for training community members in radio, broadcasting, and digital media.

    Street Roots creates income opportunities for people experiencing homelessness and poverty by producing a newspaper and other media that are catalysts for individual and social change.

  • Saturday
    Jun 10 2017
    Portland Iftar with Amer Zahr (American Near East Refugee Aid)

    Join ANERA at Taborpace in Portland, OR, for our #RamadanSolidarity Iftar! Featuring a special performance by Palestinian-American comedian Amer Zahr, this Iftar will raise funds to send food packages to refugees and vulnerable families.

    A full-course dinner will be served and ANERA’s Director of Donor Development, Hani Almadhoun, will be speaking about the current refugee crisis in Lebanon and conditions in Gaza and the West Bank, with an emphasis on the positive impact ANERA supporters have through our programs on the ground.

    SPACE IS LIMITED, TICKETS REQUIRED: www.anera.org/portland

    Questions? Please contact Diane Adkin at (360) 980-2580 or Hani Almadhoun at halmadhoun@anera.org

    We look forward to seeing you on June 10th!

    Co-sponsored by:

    • Americans United for Palestinian Human Rights
    • Jewish Voice for Peace — Portland, OR
  • VBC 17 Presents: Hearing the Houseless - Reweaving Loose Threads

    Join us in welcoming our partner, The Village Coalition (VC), for an interactive evening of listening, learning, and being led by community members experiencing houselessness on the streets of Portland. The VC Speakers Bureau will take you on their journeys from housing vulnerability, through their uncertain lives of accumulating the burdens of displacement, and into the realities of living outside and unsheltered in Portland. As experts of their lived experiences, the VC Speakers Bureau will share their observations about the impacts of houselessness upon their connections to place and people, and their implications for community in the future.

    No one turned away for lack of funds and a $10-$20 sliding scale optional donation is suggested to help cover costs. (Tasty) food will be provided!

    This event is part of “Making a Place for Everyone: A Series of Community Conversations about Place, Equity, Diversity, and Sustainability” a program partially funded by the Oregon Humanities.

    ~Links~ - https://www.facebook.com/pdxvillagecoalition/ - https://www.pdxvillagecoalition.org - http://www.oregonhumanities.org/

  • Sunday
    Jun 4 2017
    Indivisible Oregon - Community Meeting

    Indivisible Oregon is having it's first community meeting!

    Join us!

    • Sunday, June 4th, 2017 4 - 6 p.m.
      (Doors open at 3:45 p.m.)
    • Tabor Space Dining Room, 5441 SE Belmont, Portland, OR 97215

    (Refreshments provided)

    Anyone interested in learning more about the Indivisible movement in Oregon and sharing ideas about making this movement a success is welcome!

    If you're familiar with Indivisible or a member of another Indivisible group we encourage you to attend as well to share ideas on how we can move forward together!

    We'll also be joined by our National Indivisible Guide Field Rep. Mary Strata who will share information and ideas about the movement on the national level.

    Space is VERY limited so RSVP as soon as possible.

    For those who are unable to attend we'll be live streaming to our Facebook page.

    See you there!

  • Friday
    Jun 2 2017
    Our Global Home: Place-making & Culture Repairing from Portland

    This evening takes a global focus on the VBC theme of HOME and welcomes distinguished guests from Portland and Japan to explore what unites us, what excites us, and what we can do to strengthen the global network of placemakers in the effort to repair our urban ecologies and preserve our cultural traditions.

    Presenters, facilitators, and musicians include:

    • Steven Johnson, PhD, Portland State University

    • Atsuya Yoshida, PhD, Tokushima University, Tokushima, Japan

    • Kaori Tsuji, co-producer of film, 'The Final Straw", Kobe, Japan

    • Shintaro Kurama, Shinto Priest, Okayama, Japan

    • Yumi Sato, community organizer, Tokyo, Japan

    • Remi Fuji, Tokyo Urban Permaculture, Kamakura, Japan

    • Yuri Baxter-Neil, Life Sampling, LLC, Portland, OR

    • Yu Murakami, City Repair Project, Portland, OR

    Hosted by Matt Bibeau

    Doors at 5:30, speakers and performances 6-8:30pm

    This event is by donation, no one turned away. Light meal provided also by donation. Funds support the City Repair Project and Jean's Farm VBC Project.

  • Saturday
    May 27 2017
    CANCELLED: Intersectionality Workshop: youth/human rights work that is being done in Portland and abroad


    Girl Up, Kids First Project, Project Dot, March of Dimes, Youth Ending Slavery, and other local youth-led nonprofits are teaming up to celebrate Global Youth Service Day by hosting a series of workshops focusing on youth activism. On top of great people and food, we will be highlighting the human rights work that is being done in Portland and abroad, how all the different issues each organization addresses are intersectional, and to motivate participants to get involved in effective service-learning and activism. There will also be booths set up to learn about local volunteer opportunities and initiatives led by national nonprofits, like The Freedom Project and Poeteen.

    Be inspired by a day packed full of incredible speakers, service-learning activities, and meaningful dialogue!

    In order to raise funds to continue our human rights work, there will be a small entrance fee: Adults (23+)--$5 Students (with high school or college ID)--$2 Under 10/seniors (65+)--free

  • Wednesday
    May 24 2017
    Portland Indivisible Congressional Lobbying Training - 2 days!

    Please note: this is a two day event, May 24th and June 7th. Both are Wednesdays. The class is FREE but requires an RSVP.

    If you've ever wanted to organize a visit with a group of friends or community members, but weren't sure how to do so effectively, this training is for you!

    This class is targeted for beginners, and should be a comfortable introduction to lobbying, even if you have no previous experience. We will walk through the experience of planning, scheduling, preparing for, and attending a meeting with a congressional office.

    This small group training will be delivered in two Monday sessions. This will simulate the steps you take to plan a real meeting.

    In the first session (5/24), we'll discuss the formation of a group, the selection of issues, the development of an ask, and how to get a meeting scheduled.

    In the second session (6/7), we'll discuss and practice the experience of the meeting itself, while giving attendees the opportunity to experience a few different roles.

    Attendance is limited to 12 to keep the training personal and interactive. Please register only if you can commit to attending both sessions. This ticket registers you for both days.

    This is the second time I've offered this class, and I plan to offer more of these in the future, on different days and times, to allow people with different availability to attend.

  • Sunday
    Apr 30 2017
    Dare to Self-Care

    Join us for a day of self-care and community. We will be coordinating a number of family friendly, self-care workshops including yoga, zumba, art, and nutrition classes. Come for one or all of these free activities. This is the third event in a three-part series in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness month.

    A big thanks to our partner Public Annex. Learn more about their services at https://www.facebook.com/publicannex/.

    SARC’s mission is to promote social justice by eliminating sexual violence in our community through education, support, and advocacy.

    Thank you for donations from; Lush Portland Bee Balm Portland Nursery

  • Thursday
    Apr 27 2017
    How to Identify, Understand and Disrupt Microaggressions
    Taborspace, 5441 SE Belmont

    Discover the relationship between implicit or unconscious bias and microaggressions.