Join Josephine Community Libraries and Oregon Humanities for a Think & Drink conversation with Edwin Battistella, author of Sorry About That: The Language of Public Apology and writer Jennifer Roberts.
This toolkit will help you host Think & Drink events, big or small, in your community.
Deschutes Public Library, Oregon Humanities, and OSU-Cascades Diversity Committee present a Think & Drink conversation on racial justice and democracy in the twenty-first century with Rinku Sen, author of Stir It Up: Lessons in Community Organizing and The Accidental American: Immigration and Citizenship in the Age of Globalization..
The 2017–18 Think & Drink series concludes with a conversation with Rinku Sen, one of the leading voices in the national racial justice movement, and Mary Li, director of the Multnomah Idea Lab.
Join us March 14 in Portland for a conversation on imagining alternative systems of justice with novelist Rene Denfeld; David Rogers, executive director of ACLU of Oregon; and Bobbin Singh, executive director of Oregon Justice Resource Center.
Join us for a conversation about alternative systems of justice with two people who have dedicated their careers to reforming the one we have now: Novelist and former criminal investigator Rene Denfeld; David Rogers, executive director of ACLU of Oregon; and Bobbin Singh, executive director of Oregon Justice Resource Center.
The 2017–18 Think & Drink series on race, power, and justice concludes with a conversation with Rinku Sen. Sen is a senior strategist for Race Forward, a national organization that advances racial justice through research, media and practice, and a contributing writer for the organization’s daily news site, Colorlines.
Join us for a conversation about the challenges and opportunities in community organizing around Oregon at the Alberta Rose Theatre in Portland.
Oregon Humanities' Think & Drink program strives to include more voices and communities in 2018.
An onstage conversation with Jess Campbell, Jacqueline Keeler, and Scot Nakagawa, January 24 at the Alberta Rose Theatre in Portland.
Join us at the Alberta Rose Theatre in Portland for four conversations about race, power, and justice.
A live conversation on race, power, and justice in November 2017.
Tillamook County Pioneer Museum and Oregon Humanities present a conversation on the challenges and benefits of tourism in Tillamook County.
A conversation on criminalization, poverty, prisons, harm, and systems of accountability within the US criminal justice system with writer and educator Walidah Imarisha.
A conversation focusing on race, power, and justice
A conversation with Portland leaders and activists working on creative ways to mitigate the effects of the city's housing shortage and build more stable, prosperous communities.
A conversation about the future of housing and urban development in Portland with civic leaders and developers poised to make it happen.
Sparks provocative conversations about big ideas.
A conversation about the Great Migration with Isabel Wilkerson and Rukaiyah Adams
A conversation with writer William T. Vollmann on privacy, surveillance, and hope
Did you miss one of our Think & Drink conversations? You can find audio and video from past events here.