RACE TALKS in Review – September Live, Virtual Forum: Kin Killin’ Kin: Resolving Gun Violence in America Thursday, September 16, 2021 Newcomers Welcome 6:45 PM, Program 7:00 PM Live Virtual, All Ages $25 Suggested Donation Get your tickets now Please reserve the Free General Admission tickets for our BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Community … RACE TALKS in Review: Kin Killin’ Kin
March’s program is: Women in Cannabis: An Untapped Market Thursday, March 18, 2021 In 2018, RACE TALKS hosted, “Overturning Marijuana Convictions: Equitizing Marijuana Convictions for the Poor and People of Color.” This month, we discuss the new “Green Rush,” and explore the disproportional access that BIPOC have to the cannabis industry, especially Black people who … Women in Cannabis: An Untapped Market
Take our quiz to find out! Answer the eight question quiz below and count your “yes” answers to find out your RACE TALKS IQ. 1. Are you a BIPOC ? 2. Do you actively live or socialize with BIPOC Communities? 3. Have you experienced being the only person of your ethnicity in the room on … What’s Your RACE TALKS IQ?
This forum is a continuation of RACE TALKS’ November 2020 discussion about the next steps in politics and quarantine in 2021. Local activist leaders in Portland, Oregon will discuss: the recent transition of the federal administration • the future of policing • safety and supporting families and businesses • BIPOC upliftment • white supremacy • … Leading the Nation in Protest, Defunding, and Activism
(Updated to include event video) Join us for our first virtual discussion June 2020: COMING TOGETHER IN A TIME OF CRISIS We discussed the current race crisis, facilitate affinity group breakouts, and offer resources and provided a safe space to openly discuss the current racial crisis in breakout groups. June 4, 2020
Join us for a panel discussion October 2018: TRAGEDY ON THE MAX: ONE YEAR LATER At tonight’s RACE TALKS, we’ll feature an in-depth discussion on the state of Portland one year after the tragedy that shook our city. After a screening of the A&E series Divided States: Portland, which profiled the attack, the audience will … Tragedy on the MAX
Join us for a discussion on how connecting through grassroots efforts amplifies our influence in politics and elsewhere. GUEST SPEAKERS: Teressa Raiford, Community Organizer with Don’t Shoot PDX Glenn Waco, Artist and local youth activist Nicole Gamboa, Rose, Board Secretary of Don’t Shoot Portland Barbie Wu, Activist with Asians for Black Lives McMenamins History November … Don’t Shoot PDX!
Race Talks presents Police: The Other Side of 9-1-1 What is it like to run towards danger while others run away? What is it like to make decisions that can mean life or death in a matter of seconds? What is the reality of being a police officer? Join us for a panel discussion with … The Other Side of 9-1-1
RACE TALKS presents Resolving Gun Violence in America: Kin Killin’ Kin An Art Exhibition @ IFCC–Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center 5340 NE Interstate Avenue, Portland, OR March 14, 2017
RACE TALKS October 11, 2016 A Screening of PRODUCED BY HER: Powerful documentary shorts, created by eleven local girl ages 12-17 This event will be followed by small group discussions facilitated by trained volunteers from: Resolutions Northwest @McMenamins Kennedy School Doors – 6 p.m., program – 7 p.m. Free/All Ages Please mark Tuesday, November 8, 2016 on your … October 11, 2016