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- Environmental Health
- Healthy Food
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At Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility, we know that our members care deeply about nuclear abolition, a more peaceful world, healthy and sustainable foods and an end to the toxic degradation of our environment. We also know that many of you are busy professionals with limited time to volunteer, and that you would thus like to lend your voice on these critical issues as directly and efficiently as possible. For those of you interested in taking your activism to the next level, we are providing a brief introduction to the work that our organization is currently doing, along with training on how to most effectively represent Oregon PSR to the public.
When: Wednesday, June 15th, 6:00-7:30 pm (dinner will be provided)
Where: Oregon PSR’s office (812 SW Washington Street, Suite 1050, on the 10th Floor of the Stevens Building in downtown Portland between 8th and 9th Avenue)
(Please RSVP by noon on June 15th)
This introduction to Oregon PSR’s activism will focus on how we succinctly and productively talk to the public about our current activities to eliminate the gravest threats to human health, and will be a great introduction for newer members as well as a useful refresher for our long-time supporters. We have planned a number of opportunities to engage the public around our issues in the coming months, so we will provide you, our volunteers, with the tools you need to educate and build support for a healthier and more peaceful world. Help us to make the world a better place by joining us on June 15th and getting more involved in this important work!
For questions or to RSVP for this event, please contact Sean Tenney, Communications and Development Associate, at 503-274-2720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.