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Social Justice Summer Book Club
Weekly starting: Friday, June 12, noon-1:30 pm
Connect with students, staff, and faculty to read and discuss books related to social justice. Our first book will be "So You Want to Talk About Race" by Ijeoma Oluo.
Click HERE to register.
Canvas-based groups for Asian/Pacific Islander, Black, International, Latinx, Multiracial, and LGBTQ+ students to connect with one another. Click HERE to sign up.
A newly formed coalition of local Black leaders. Find them on Facebook HERE.
A recently formed Facebook group for Central Oregon's Asian community to connect. Find them on Facebook HERE.
A Bend-based social group for Japanese-American community members from throughout the region, and of all generations. Find them on Facebook HERE.
A Central Oregon nonprofit supporting the Latinx community.
A Central Oregon nonprofit whose mission is “to dismantle White Supremacy through community support, learning opportunities, and organized activism.” Resources include a study group for White folks that explores race, racism, and white supremacy; affinity groups for people of color; book clubs; and a Facebook group.
Healing resources for responding to racialized violence & trauma, from the creators of the Irresistible podcast (formerly Healing Justice).
A directory of Black therapists who offer telehealth services.
A continually updated list of concrete actions white folks can take to promote racial justice, published on Medium.
A Statement from OSU Chief Diversity Officer Dr. Charlene Alexander.
A podcast of the OSU Office of Institutional Diversity.
A podcast rooted in healing practices for collective justice and social change.