Showing 9 results for tag Connect in Place

Housing and Belonging with Paul Susi

This Connect in Place conversation will explore common assumptions and perspectives about the experience of houselessness/homelessness and seek to answer the question, How do we decide who “belongs” in our community?

Event | June 16, 2020

Conspiracy Theories: Truth, Facts, and Tin Foil Hats with Jennifer Roberts

Why do we gravitate toward conspiracy theories to make sense of the world? What human need do these stories fill? In this program, we’ll explore some conspiracy theories old and new, famous and obscure.

Event | June 16, 2020

Connect in Place: This Place Now

These are uncertain and undetermined times which call for, as Rebecca Solnit has written, “an imagination adequate to the possibilities and the strangeness and dangers on this earth in this moment.” How has where you are affected your experience of the pandemic? How have you seen yourself and your community adapt? What can you imagine recovery might look like? This virtual community conversation will connect Oregonians to reflect on our resilience, to compare notes about our experiences during this pandemic, to share and learn about the places we live, and to imagine what healing is needed for the places we share. This week’s conversations are for people living in the Central Oregon, Southern Oregon, and the Willamette Valley.

Event | June 9, 2020

Connect in Place: This Place Now

These are uncertain and undetermined times which call for, as Rebecca Solnit has written, “an imagination adequate to the possibilities and the strangeness and dangers on this earth in this moment.” How has where you are affected your experience of the pandemic? How have you seen yourself and your community adapt? What can you imagine recovery might look like? This virtual community conversation will connect Oregonians to reflect on our resilience, to compare notes about our experiences during this pandemic, to share and learn about the places we live, and to imagine what healing is needed for the places we share. This week’s conversations are for people living in the Columbia River Gorge, in Eastern Oregon, and on the Oregon Coast.

Event | June 23, 2020

Sexual Violence and the Meaning of Justice with claire barrera

In this conversation we will explore the potential meanings of justice, specifically in instances of sexual violence. Who defines it, how is it achieved, and when do we know we’ve succeeded?

Event | June 2, 2020

This Place Now

This virtual community conversation will connect people from all over Oregon to make sense of this moment together, to share what we envision for the future, and to start exploring how we might get there.

Event | May 26, 2020

Work, Worthiness, and Sense of Self with Brittany Wake

How does the persistent belief that we must “earn” the right to live affect us? This conversation will explore the challenges of self-identity, worthiness, and value in relationship to productivity made apparent by COVID-19.

Event | May 19, 2020

Loneliness and Aging During COVID-19: Making Space for Our Elders with Pamela Slaughter

If we have elderly neighbors and loved ones, what might they need at this time? This conversation is for people who live near elders or have elderly people in their lives to explore questions, experiences, and obstacles in showing up for the elderly people in their lives and to generate ideas for connection.

Event | May 19, 2020

Why DIY? Self-sufficiency and Sheltering in Place with Jennifer Burns Bright

This conversation invites neighbors all over Oregon to reflect upon staying at home and social distancing, and how it might change our notion of what we can do, need to do, and can do without.

Event | May 19, 2020