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Ebonee Bell gives a talk on “The Black Image in Contemporary Television,” the Take P.A.R.T. event in July.  (Photo Courtesy: Take P.A.R.T.)
Take P.A.R.T.
Published: 04 September 2019

Portland, Ore. – A free talk on listening to opposing beliefs without striking back, will be presented on Thursday, September 12, 7:00 p.m. at the Portland Baha’i Center in St. Johns. The Baha’i Center is located at 8720 N. Ivanhoe Street.

This event is sponsored by Take PART (Portland Anti-Racism Team) as part of a "monthly series that explores the many ways people are bombarded with racist messages, how to recognize and delete these messages and to consciously build equitable communities," per a Take P.A.R.T. press release.

The lecture will be facilitated by speaker Donna Stewart. There will be time for discussion following the talk.

For more information on Take PART, visit takepartpdx.org.

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