women’s issues

The Census — What It Is and Isn’t

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 The Census — What It Is and Isn’t

ENGAGING DEMOCRACY

Join us for a panel discussion February 2019: ENGAGING DEMOCRACY The 2018 mid-term elections saw a record number of voters turn out to change the face of politics with the ENGAGING DEMOCRACY

Watch Now: RACE TALKS’ first Candidate Forum

Over 650 people attended RACE TALKS’ first Candidate Forum for Portland’s City Council Position 3 seat. JoAnn Hardesty, Civil Rights Activist and Former Oregon State Representative or Loretta Smith, a Watch Now: RACE TALKS’ first Candidate Forum

SISTAHS ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES

Join us for our first program of 2018: SISTAHS ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES Women of Color in the Social Justice Movement Women have always been at the forefront of SISTAHS ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES

WOC in the Workplace

Experienced Women of Color In the Workplace Women-of-color managers and professionals describe barriers to their advancement as a “concrete ceiling,” as opposed to the “glass ceiling” for White females and WOC in the Workplace