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Join MRG Foundation and Community Alliance of Lane County (CALC) for a Eugene-based discussion of applied Critical Race Theory and practice using theory as a tool, to identify and disrupt white supremacy.

Organizers, activists, donors, and funders all have something at stake given the history of white supremacy in Oregon and the recent rise of White nationalism. In this community conversation, social justice organizations are invited to think critically about the political frameworks that guide our organizing strategies and inform movement building in these times.

MRG has begun the process of moving from a Racial Justice Lens to applying Critical Race Theory as our central framework to forward Racial Justice. How are you applying a racial analysis to your work for social justice? Share your organization's strategies and learn from others.

What’s the purpose? Bring people together and learn how others are addressing this issue, build some common language, and share CRT as a tool to disrupt white supremacy.

Date: May 23, 2018

Time: 6pm to 8:30pm

Place: UO Wesley Center, 2520 Harris St, Eugene, OR 97405

Who should come? People interested in creating a better landscape for social justice funding, advocacy, and activism.

Please join us for this important conversation and for helping to make Oregon a place where people, cultures and ecosystems thrive. This is a free event to the public with dinner provided.

Please let us know if you need interpretation or other access services by emailing Space is limited to 75 people max, so please rsvp early to ensure you get a spot.

Thank you to our co-sponsors:

  • Sponsors, Inc.
  • Indivisible Eugene
  • SURJ Springfield-Eugene
  • SquareOne Villages
  • University of Oregon Department of Ethnic Studies
  • Community Alliance of Lane County (CALC)


May 23rd, 2018 6:00 PM   through   8:30 PM
UO Wesley Center
2520 Harris St
Eugene, OR 97405
United States

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