Exploring What Makes Us Oregonians
April 26, 2017 | 7:00 p.m. | Hood River County History Museum
300 E. Port Marina Dr., Hood River OR 97031
In 2015, Oregon’s population exceeded 4 million people. Not only are we growing in number, we’re also changing demographically. Considering that Oregon has a history of racial exclusion, these changes prompt questions about Oregonian identity and values. How do we build communities that welcome people of all backgrounds? How are minority and under-represented populations included and treated today? Drawing on the diverse histories and backgrounds of participants, Kerani Mitchell leads a conversation that asks what makes us Oregonian and how can we create inclusive communities. Read more.
Hood River County Heritage Council
Lynn Orr at (650) 814-4930 or firstname.lastname@example.org