The Conversation Project is an opportunity for organizations to partner with Oregon Humanities and host a conversation for your community.
Oregon Humanities trainings give community members the skills to lead conversations about vital issues and ideas across differences, beliefs, and backgrounds.
Join us on Wednesday, September 14, for a conversation on the state of Black political power in Oregon with Joy Alise Davis, executive director at Imagine Black; Keith Jenkins, director of Southern Oregon Black Leaders, Activists, & Community Coalition; and Marcus LeGrand, vice-chair of Bend-La Pine Schools. Journalist Bruce Poinsette will facilitate the conversation.
The Detour is a new monthly show about people and ideas from Oregon Humanities. Listen to the latest episode here.