5736 N.E. 33rd Ave. Portland, OR, 97211
Sunday, July 17, 2022
Join GLAPN for
Kennedy School - Gymnasium
4pm doors, 5pm start
Free, please register here
All ages welcome
4pm doors, 5pm startFree, please register hereAll ages welcome
On Sunday, July 17, join Gay and Lesbian Archives of the
Pacific Northwest (GLAPN), Q Center, Western States Center and Rural Organizing
Project, for a night filled with education, lessons and reuniting over the
1992 fight against Ballot Measure 9.
Ian Morton, Executive Director of the Q Center, will facilitate a
panel of activists and historians:
Kathleen Saadat, Pat Young, Anne Galisky and Ramón Ramirez will discuss
Ballot Measure 9 and how lessons from organizing against hate in 1992 can
inform our contemporary lives.
Holly Pruett from Western States Center
will showcase their digital history exhibit: "No on 9
Remembered," telling 30 stories of the grassroots mobilization that
defeated the measure; and Rural Organizing Project will display their
traveling exhibit: "Bridging Divides, Defending Dignity: How
rural Oregonians have moved democracy forward since 1992!" which
features human dignity group victories and lessons from ROP's 30 years of
Doors open at 4:00pm, program begins at 5:00pm and runs until
6:30pm with a social hour and exhibit viewing afterwards. Refreshments for
purchase will be available.
This event is FREE but registration is strongly suggested to
ensure a place. The option to donate is available to support future GLAPN
This program has been supported in part by Don't Shoot PDX
Liberated Archives project. Thank you!
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