RTR and LO for LOve Will Host LOSD School Board Candidate Forum Apr. 29

If we hope to make diversity, equity, and inclusion priorities in LO schools, then we have to make sure these issues are an integral part of any decision-making discussion. To that end, Respond to Racism and LO for LOve are coming together again to host a candidate forum for the upcoming Lake Oswego School District School Board Election. Our previous city council candidate forum turned out to be a pivotal moment in putting the town on notice that diversity, equity, and inclusion will no longer be afterthoughts in the political process. We hope to do the same and then some with this school board candidate forum and we hope you can join us. To RSVP, please go to our Eventbrite page and for more info, check out our official Facebook event page.

WHAT: LOSD School Board Candidates’ Forum WHEN: Monday April 29th, 6:30-8:30 pm, doors open at 6:00 WHERE: Lake Oswego United Church of Christ, 1111 Country Club Road

Respond to Racism and LO for LOve will co-host the School Board Candidates’ Forum. Please join us to learn more about your school board candidates, Kirsten Aird, who is running unopposed for Position 5, Kelly Calabria, who is running for Position 1, and John Wallin, incumbent candidate, who is running for Position 1. Ballots arrive in mailboxes in early May for the May 21 election.

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