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Oregon Humanities presents Think & Drink
Jan 24, 2018 at 6:30 PM
Minors OK when accompanied by a parent or guardian
Doors open at 5:30

Join Oregon Humanities for a Think & Drink conversation with Jess Campbell, codirector of the Rural Organizing Project, writer and activist Jacqueline Keeler, and Scot Nakagawa, a senior partner at ChangeLab, about the challenges and opportunities in community organizing around Oregon.

General Admission
Price: $10

Conversation Starter
Price: $20
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No Cost
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Ticket sales ended Jan 24, 2018 5:30 PM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
Think & Drink | 6:30 PM
Think & Drink is a happy-hour series that sparks provocative conversations about big ideas. The series, which invites the public to think and talk together, reflects Oregon Humanities’ emphasis on infusing important public conversations with critical thinking and fresh ideas. All Think & Drink events are open to the public.
Jess Campbell | 6:30 PM
Jess Campbell is codirector of the Rural Organizing Project. She has worked with some of the most rural communities in Oregon to support local visions of what healthy and vibrant rural communities could look like. She is the coauthor of Up in Arms: A Guide to Oregon’s Patriot Movement. more >>>
Scot Nakagawa | 6:30 PM
Scot Nakagawa is a community organizer, activist, cultural worker, and political writer. He has spent many years exploring questions of racial injustice and racial formation and effective forms of resistance and strategies for change. He is a senior partner at ChangeLab, a grassroots political lab that explores how U.S. demographic change is affecting racial justice politics. more >>>
Jacqueline Keeler is a Diné and Dakota writer and activist. She is the is the editor of the anthology "Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for the Bears Ears" and the creator of the #NotYourMascot campaign against racist sports mascots. more >>>