Collaborative Projects

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At Oregon Humanities, collaboration is a vital part of our work. As an organization that is committed to bending, stretching, listening, and trying new things, we value the opportunity to collaborate with and learn from groups and organizations doing meaningful work across the state. Sometimes this means we partner on program design; other times, we lend a helping hand with facilitation or outreach.

In the past few years, just to name a few, we’ve partnered with Catlin Gabel School’s PLACE program to train high school students to lead community conversations about challenging issues; with American Legion Post 134 to offer a reading, writing, and discussion group to veterans and their families; and with Rural Organizing Project to offer a tour of discussions about race, identity, and power in rural Oregon communities.