This workshop will explore the basics of campaign building as a tool for addressing anti-racism needs in Lake Oswego. Participants will learn and practice tools for constructing an effective issues campaign using local examples. The goal of the workshop is to empower community members to not just raise awareness but activate others into tangible actions that improve the quality of life for marginalized communities.
Bruce Poinsette is a writer, educator and community organizer whose work is primarily based in the Portland Metro Area. He has worked with Respond to Racism since 2017 and is a Lake Oswego High School Class of 2007 alumni.
This is a hybrid event. You can attend in person at the Lake Oswego United Church of Christ or register online to attend via Zoom.