Monthly Archives: March 2016

America’s Next Top Candidate and Reclaiming Our Histories: Bringing Equity to Youth Education

Know Your City and the Bus Project are partnering to host America’s Next Top Candidate, an event featuring the candidates for Oregon Secretary of State and Mayor of Portland, discussing critical social justice issues and showing off their fun sides. Join us for a debate, talent show, and more on April 29th at the Mission […]

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People’s History of Portland Tour

RSVP HERE A People’s History of Portland highlights the roots of Portland’s downtown immigrant and working class communities, and celebrates the ongoing decades of social justice leaders and grassroots movements. Before Portland was known for Portlandia, the foundation of the city was built by immigrant labor.This tour tells Portland’s story from the viewpoint of Chinese […]

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Streetopia: Talkback and Panel with Author Erick Lyle

Independent Publishing Resource Center (1001 SE Division St) 6:00 – Doors Open 6:30 – Program $6 Suggested donation Underground journalist, musician, and independent curator Erick Lyle is visiting Portland to lead a conversation about his newest book, Streetopia. The book is based on the eponymous Streetopia exhibition, a massive anti-gentrification art fair co-curated by Lyle, Chris Johanson, and Kal Spelletich in San Francisco […]

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