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Conversation Project: What Does It Mean to Be Good?

  • St. Johns Center for Opportunity 8250 North Lombard Street Portland, OR, 97203 United States (map)

Join St. Johns Center for Opportunity and Oregon Humanities for a community conversation about morality in modern times. Titled
"What Does it Mean to Be Good? Exploring Morality in the Midst of Structural Oppression", the conversation will give us a change to explore important questions. "Most of us believe we are good people. But if we are all good people, who are the people responsible for supporting structural oppression like racism, sexism, and heterosexism? If we hope to be good, what are our moral responsibilities in a society of privege, power and oppression?"

The conversation will be led by Brittany Wake, an equity trainer, consultant and counselor specializing in multiculturalism.

Please RSVP for this free event via the ticketing link here, so that we have an accurate guest count.

Bring your friends and engage in lively dialogue with your neighbors around important issues in our lives today!

Light refreshments will be served.