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NE Coalition of Neighborhoods. 4815 NE 7th

4815 NE 7th Ave.
Portland, OR 97211, USA (map)

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Past events that happened here

  • Thursday
    Nov 30 2017
    A Place to Call Home: Exploring Housing in Oregon

    At the most basic level, a home is a place that gives you shelter, protecting you from the weather and unsafe situations. It’s also where you live your life, eat your meals, and raise your family. If housing is a basic human right, why do so many people struggle to find or keep housing? How do we as individuals and as a society make decisions that undermine the idea that we all have a right to a home?

    This is the focus of A Place to Call Home: Exploring Housing in Oregon, a free conversation with Cristina Palacios on Thursday, November 30th at 6:30 pm at Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods, 4815 NE 7th Ave. Portland, OR 97211. This program is hosted by NECN and sponsored by Oregon Humanities.

    Through the Conversation Project, Oregon Humanities offers free programs that engage community members in thoughtful, challenging conversations about ideas critical to our daily lives and our state’s future. For more information about this free community discussion, please contact Laura Becker at laura@necoalition.org or 503.388.6088

    About the Facilitator: Cristina Palacios was born in Tolimán, Jalisco, México, and started organizing at age fourteen. Most recently, Christina worked with Community Alliance of Tenants as a senior organizer. She is driven by a passion for housing and social justice and the belief that everyone—regardless, their income, disability, race or immigration status—deserves a safe and healthy place to call home.

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  • Saturday
    Nov 11 2017
    Meaningful Conversations About Race
    through
    NE Coalition of Neighborhoods. 4815 NE 7th

    Who: Dialogues Unlimited presents a Workshop on Race in the U.S.

    What: Explore how U.S. racial history informs the present and increase your self-awareness with two longtime activists, Karen Haberman-Trusty and Barbara O'Hare.

    When: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 11 and 12.

    Where: NE Coalition of Neighborhoods, 4815 NE 7th Ave. Portland, OR 97211

    Why:
    The training will feature:

    • Interactive exercises through guided dialogues about race
    • Plenty of time for engagement, feedback, and questions
    • Small group time

    Content includes:

    • A hard-hitting session on the history of racism
    • The origins of racism and how it's been perpetuated
    • A breakdown of the resistance to racism today and actions to take after the training

    Cost: $130, with limited scholarships available. Payment may be made via PayPal or check.

    Sign up or ask questions: Email LKAnderson6@gmail.com

    About the facilitators:
    Karen participated in Freedom Summer 1964 in Mississippi. She was a staffer at SNCC in Georgia and Mississippi, graduating with a B.A. from Harvard. For five years, she organized rural white communities in Appalachia. She’s been an advocate and speaker for social justice issues since 1964. Learn more about her work at http://www.inrarefiedair.com/.

    Barbara has facilitated dialogues and workshops for 20 years in Oregon and Utah, exploring the superficial differences among groups and deconstructing racism. She holds a B.S. from Portland State University.

    “People who shut their eyes to reality, simply invite their own destruction.” -James Baldwin

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