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Black Theatre United & Stumptown Stages Hosted by NaTasha Yvette Williams, October 24, 2020

Awareness – Accountability – Advocacy – Action Stumptown Stages will be presenting a free online event in collaboration with Black Theatre United. Black Theatre United Founder NaTasha Yvette Williams, will be discussing the call to action that “elevates a cause or to overturn policies that target black people in any one state or community, the group will draw on the members with local connections to use their visibility and influence for good in theater and on the national stage.” When: Saturday, October 24, 2020 10:00AM (PST) RSVP: No Admission Fee: (Suggested Donation to Black Theatre United) Read more about it on Stumptown Stages website.

5th Annual Building Bridges of Understanding in Our Communities, October 22, 2020

Building Bridges of Understanding in Our Communities is hosting their 5th annual conference: “Redefining Community and Public Safety Relationships” Thursday, October 22, 2020 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm Via Zoom Register here More information from Building Bridges of Understanding in Our Communities: This year, our 5th anniversary, we come together to have courageous conversations on reimagining public safety during unprecedented challenges for communities in the midst of a global pandemic, social unrest revisiting racial reckoning and political upheaval. In 2019, we united in efforts to improve how we prevent, respond to and seek justice for traumatic incidents and criminal acts motivated by hate and

Black Existence March, October 4, 2020

Sometimes self-care means holding space with your community. March and Rally are for the Black Community ONLY. If you do not identify as Black, please share with your Black friends, family, and colleagues. Meet at Dawson Park 12 pm March to Irving Park 1 pm Black Existence Rally 2-4 pm Masks & Social Distancing Required. Masks and Hand Sanitizer will be provided. Non-Black supporters: if you'd like to DONATE funds, please Venmo: @black-ExistencePDX. if you would like to VOLUNTEER please contact us at Subject: Volunteer. Please respect this Black Only Space. The Black Existence March is an opportunity for people that identify as Black to march with the Black Commun

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