Understanding Racism in Oregon: A Workshop for the Oregon Legal Community

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Oregon Women Lawyers (OWLS) and Oregon Women Lawyers Foundation invite you to a two-part workshop on Friday afternoon, Nov. 13, with Kasia Rutledge and Rakeem Washington of Engage to Change. The workshop addresses understanding and deepening awareness of racism as an important step to make positive change in Oregon and, specifically, in the Oregon legal community and judicial system.

Participants will examine the racism embedded in Oregon’s history, followed by an exploration of ways in which our history affects current practices, beliefs, and attitudes, and how to see and understand when racism is occurring.

11/13/2020 from  1:00 PM to  5:00 PM
Event Fee(s)
OWLS Members $40.00
Affinity Bar Members: NIBA, OAPABA, OCLA, OC NBA, OFALA, OGALLA, OHBA, OMLA, SABA, the members of the MBA Diversity and Inclusion Section $40.00
Non Members $60.00
Judges $20.00
Judicial Staff and Law Students $0.00
Optional Donation to Support OWLS Programming $20.00