EventsHousing and Belonging: An Oregon Humanities Community Conversation

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Housing and Belonging: An Oregon Humanities Community Conversation

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Forest Grove City Library

Description

Housing and homelessness is a visible and divisive issue in local media, in politics, and across different communities within our state. Many of us were experiencing housing instability and economic uncertainty even during the “boom” times before the current crisis. Join us for this online facilitated conversation which will explore common assumptions and perspectives about the experience of houselessness/homelessness and seek to answer the question, How do we decide who “belongs” in our community?

Registration for this online program is required. Participants will receive a confirmation email that includes instructions for logging on to the event.

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/housingandbelon...

ABOUT OUR FACILITATOR
Reeva Wortel is a multidisciplinary contemporary artist, choreographer, director and teaching artist who creates narrative portrait-based projects that combine interviews, social commentary, performance, and large-scale installation. Wortel’s process explores deep questions about human complexity and how art can reimagine the communities we live in toward a more just and equitable world.

Suitable for:
Adults
Type:
Online
Language:
English

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