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Stand Together: Under One Roof
October 14, 2017
Time: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Location: Rose City Park Presbyterian Church, 1907 NE 45th Ave (map)
The Climate Action Coalition presents: Stand Together: Under One Roof
For the first time, local activist groups that work for social, racial, and environmental justice will be housed together under one roof in order to:
-share their purpose, projects, and stories
-offer ways to get involved and engage on critical issues facing Portland, our nation and the world
-celebrate successes and strategies in moving forward together
We hope that the Stand Together/Under One Roof event will promote awareness, unity, and invite people into our activist community.
9:00 am Doors
9:30 am Opening Panel
11:00 am Concurrent sessions from organizations/groups working for justice
1:30 pm Closing
Organizations will be tabling throughout the day (including Oregon PSR and a wide variety of partnering groups).
Please visit the adjacent Hollywood Farmer's Market for food and snacks, or bring a sack lunch and your own beverage container
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