The Inaugural Justice in Education Anti-Hate Summit

Saturday, May 7th, 2022 from 10:00am to 3:30pm (PT)

About

The Inaugural Justice in Education Anti-Hate Summit
A Virtual anti-hate summit to engage higher ed and k-12 schools and students with the work of the Portland United Against Hate coalition.

$25.00 gift cards are available to high school students and youth who participate. 

Overview of the 2022 Event

The Portland United Against Hate coalition seeks to host a virtual one-day anti-hate summit that provides much-needed resources and awareness to campuses seeking to address hate violence. To do this, our office seeks to engage with facilitators and speakers with a history of community advocacy in response to the listed topics: anti-Blackness, xenophobia, transphobia, misogynoir, trans misogynoir, police accountability, islamophobia, anti-Asian hate violence, missing and murdered Indigenous women, combating white nationalism, safe zones, bystander training. The overall goal is to provide students, staff, educators, and community members with data and tools to take actionable steps toward justice for those most impacted by hate.

                                                                                 Agenda

10:20-10:40--Land Acknowledgement and Indigenous Sovereignty with 
                     Allison Beebe, Program Coordinator, Center for Social Changes and Community
                     Involvement, Lewis & Clark College  

10:40-10:55--Framing of the Day with
                      Carmen Denison, Executive Director, Campus Compact of Oregon 
                      Khanya Msibi, Data Manager, The Coalition of Communities of Color
 

10:55-11:10--Performance by Jolly Wrapper
                     Portland-based slam poet, musician, and visual artist 

11:10-11:25--Break

11:25-12:40--White Nationalism Workshop Presented by
                      Adrienne van der Valk, Western States Center 

12:40-1:25--Lunch Break and Performance 
                  --Performance by Chainsaw Girl 
                     Anti- Imperialist sounds from the stolen land known as Portland Oregon 
                  --Performance by Max Russell
                     Writer, Activist, Portland State Student

1:25-2:40--Bystander Training Presented by Bryna Cortes
                  Pacific Islander & Asian Community and Civic Engagement Coordinator at IRCO

2:40-3:30--Closing  


Registration
General event registration will open 4/19/2022. 

  • Students, Faculty, Staff, and Community Members are invited to register and participate!
    • If you find that this platform will not allow you to register, please message the Event Admin.  
  • All youth (up to age 24) will receive a Gift Card after completing the exit survey.
  • Links to Zoom will be sent out to all approved registrants on Friday, May 6th.
Registration
Opens Apr 19, 2022 1:10pm
Registration Closes
May 7, 2022 9:00am or when space runs out.