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The City of Portland, Oregon

Neighborhood Involvement

Building inclusive, safe and livable neighborhoods and communities.

ONI Main: 503-823-4519

City/County Info: 503-823-4000

TDD: 503-823-6868

1221 SW 4th Ave, Suite 110, Portland, OR 97204

Against Hate/United in Love Activities

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May 26:
Who We Are Project

Service & event: 7pm with PUAH members, the Muslim Educational Trust. There will be an interfaith service followed by stories from Muslim women and a photo exhibit at 10330 SW Scholls Ferry Road, Tigard, Oregon, 97223.
 

May 29 & May 31:
Interrupting Hate Workshop

Workshop: Build skills to intervene when hate arises. For location and details contact Brenda Martin at martinb@trimet.org. Specify which date you'd like to attend.

May 30:
Knowledge is Power: Your Legal Rights in a Time of Uncertainty

Training: Learn about what constitutes a hate crime under the law, respond as a target or observer of a hate crime, and your legal rights in increasingly common scenarios, including demonstrations and protests, encounters and interactions with police and ICE. This is part of the PUAH supported training series at Lewis and Clark Continuing Education.

June 1:
Migration Stories Exhibit Reception

Exhibit: We are a nation of indigenous peoples, ancestors of slaves and captives, refugees, and immigrants. This exhibit explores the many aspects of leaving home, of finding home, and how we make home where we are. 

June 2: 
Challenging the Nationalist Discourse in America

Workshop: Participants will be introduced to a framework that helps them understand how to integrate social advocacy and research into their professional roles so they may better advocate for social and political change.

June 4: 
Healing from Trauma of Racism

Workshop: A 4-week workshop for people of color. Because of the nature of systemic oppression, we cannot live in this country and escape the effects of racism. But we can end our isolation. We can gather together and care for one another and heal.