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?
(Updated to include event video) RACE TALKS is hosting its 108th forum and 4th month of virtual programming. October’s program is: Engaging Democracy This is our third time hosting this particular forum, which highlights BIPOC staffers in government and BIPOC community advocacy organizations. No elected officials on the panel. Staffers will be highlighted on the … ENGAGING DEMOCRACY
(Updated to include event video) Join us for a panel discussion March 2020: The Census: What It Is and Isn’t The U.S. census dates back to 1790 and has been taken at the end of every decade since. Join us to learn the history of census taking, including the ramifications for going uncounted and get … The Census — What It Is and Isn’t
Join us for a panel discussion October 2019: the color of fear part 2 of a four part series race through eight men’s eyes Summary: The Color of Fear (Part 2) is an insightful, groundbreaking film about the state of race relations in America as seen through the eyes of eight North American men of … The Color of Fear – Part 2
Join us for a panel discussion September 2019: the color of fear – part I race through eight men’s eyes Join us for a screening of Part 1 of The Color of Fear, an insightful, groundbreaking film about the state of race relations in America as seen through the eyes of eight North American men of Asian, … The Color of Fear – Part 1
Join us for a panel discussion May 2018: THE NEXT 100 YEARS: Changing the Complexion and Gender of Golf Presented by City of Portland Parks and Recreation Department: Portland’s oldest public golf course turns 100 this year! Traditionally a sport of wealthy white men, the City of Portland Park’s and Recreations Department is focusing on … The Next 100 Years