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NW Natural, 220 NW Second

220 NW 2nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97209, US (map)

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  • Thursday
    Feb 15 2018
    Intercultural Experience: Love Potluck (Center for Intercultural Wellness)

    Come Experience Love Through the Music, Poetry, and Oral Tradition of Your Neighbors

    *Bring a plate of food to share

    This event is at NW Natural building located at the Old China Town Max station on the Red/Blue lines. Entrance on 2nd Ave and Davis.

    The guard will open the door for you. 4th floor.

    Storytellers, musicians, and poets come share with us!
    Contact Brandie brandiedelahoz@gmail.com for more details.


    Center for Intercultural Wellness
    Nonprofit Organization
    Culturally specific mental health and wellness services for immigrants, refugees, and marginalized communities.

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  • Wednesday
    Aug 23 2017
    Latinos Unidos for Change: A fundraiser for Oregon Commission on Hispanic Affairs

    The Oregon Commission on Hispanic Affairs (OCHA) invites you to join us for the Latinos Unidos for Change fundraiser on August 23, from 5:30 - 7:30pm in the downtown Portland NW Natural roof garden/event space.

    Latinos Unidos for Change is an evening of networking, when our community joins with state and business leaders, students, the Governor's office, legislators and special guests to raise awareness of Latino and Hispanic achievements and challenges, honor those who have made a difference in our communities statewide, and raise funds for the leadership development work of the OCHA, including scholarships for student leadership training and other opportunities that grow Latino leadership statewide. The OCHA is a Governor-appointed body tasked with advising state leaders, including the Governor and legislators, on policy issues, matters of importance to Latinos, public policy research and legislative advocacy.

    This year's moving keynote speaker is Representative Teresa Alonso León. Representative León will share her inspiring story of barriers broken, hurdles overcome, and thoughts on what it takes to become an empowered leader and elected official.

    Former Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice Paul J. De Muniz will join us to introduce OCHA's special honorees, Maria Ramos Underwood and Former Representative Dr. Joseph Gallegos. Maria is a catalyst for change and tenacious leader dedicated to improving the lives of others. Ms. Underwood is the lead fundraiser for La Clinica in Southern Oregon, an active board member, volunteer for the Health Care Coalition of Southern Oregon, Jackson County Emergency Food and Shelter Program and Medford's Family Nurturing Center, and serves the steering committee for SO Health-E, a regional health equity coalition. Dr. Joe Gallegos has dedicated his career to supporting the Latino community by expanding and providing mental health services for over four decades across the U.S. as a Social Worker and as a leader in numerous nonprofits; as faculty member and lecturer at University of Portland and Pacific University, and as elected legislator to the Oregon House of Representatives.

    Tickets are $30, students $20 Having difficulty purchasing tickets? Contact Nancy at nancy.kramer@oregon.gov

    Presenting Sponsor: NW Natural

    Nonprofit Sponsor: Oregon Latino Health Coalition

    See sponsorship opportunities: http://www.oregon.gov/Hispanic/Pages/OCHA-Fundraising-2017-Sponsorship-Opportunities.aspx

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