Collective Voices: Solidarity Series
Collective Voices: Solidarity Series draws attention to the issues faced by marginalized communities across the globe by illuminating how these issues manifest within the context of the greater Portland community. We have invited organizations and speakers that work toward amplifying such narratives and dismantling structures that prevent people from speaking out. These organizations cultivate a spirit of solidarity, and our speakers will invite you to join in this work. Dinner is provided for all events.
Voz Workers Rights with Marvin Peña
Marvin Peña is a grassroots organizer from Voz Workers Rights and Education Program in Portland. Voz has been a longtime community partner of Reed College. During dinner, Marvin shares his experiences as an immigrant in the U.S., his work as a community organizer and advocate, and the several ways in which you can get involved with Voz.
Unite Oregon with Caroline Lopez and Seemab Hussaini
Led by people of color, immigrants and refugees, rural communities, and people experiencing poverty, Unite Oregon works across Oregon to build a unified intercultural movement for justice. At this dinner, speakers share information about Unite Oregon programs and the ways in which you can get involved in their movement.