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Placemaking 14: Conversations on Cooperatives and Community Land

UofO’s 14th annual Placemaking event is a four-week series of workshops on Community Land Trusts and alternate development and cooperative models. This course includes an overview of housing rights and development issues with opportunities to get involved in organizing efforts. CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROGRAM RECORDINGS AND RESOURCES. Program  Week 1 – April 11, 7 …

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Learning from Covid: A Community-Based Approach to Pandemic Planning

The Pandemic ThinkTank, with editing assistance from UofO’s Collective Recovery team, have put together a pandemic guide. The guide outlines a community-based approach to pandemic planning in the face of a chronically undermined and underfunded public health system and neglectful political leadership. Download the guide as a free PDF. Watch the first meeting of CDC’s …

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Solidarity Potluck & 2.2 Square Miles of Soul

Solidarity Potluck: Together Again (Outdoors!) & Outdoor Screening of 2.2 Square Miles of Soul About this event Solidarity Potluck: Together Again (Outdoors!) Comida Compartida Solidaria: Juntos de Nuevo (¡al aire libre!) Outdoor Screening of 2.2 Square Miles of Soul: Voices of Orange Proyección al aire libre de 2.2 Square Miles of Soul: Voices of Orangea …

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Fall Class: Rebuilding Just Communities = Healing Ourselves

Join UofO’s Collective Recovery Fellow, Dr. Marisela Gomez, for a free 12-week course: “Rebuilding Just Communities = Healing Ourselves”. You can register for the class here, details are below. Title: Rebuilding just communities = healing ourselves Description: This course will instruct participants on mindfulness practices and their effect on ourselves and our work in organizing and working …

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Essay: What We “Cannot Not Know in America”: 400 Years of Inequality and Seven Sins

A new essay “What We “Cannot Not Know in America”: 400 Years of Inequality and Seven Sins” written by Dr. Mindy Fullilove, Robert Sember, and Dr. Robert Fullilove is now available for free online. Read it here or below. The 400 Years of Inequality Project was created to call organizations to observe the 400th anniversary of the …

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UofO Graduation 2021

Thursday, June 17th at 5pm ET on Zoom At UofO we hold our graduation ceremony on or around Juneteenth as one of the ways we express the connection between freedom and our ability to educate each other, and celebrate our accomplishments. This year our graduation will be on Thursday, June 17th at 5pm on Zoom. …

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Urban Alchemy Reading Group

Join UofO’s summer reading group of the seminal text “Urban Alchemy: Restoring Joy in America’s Sorted-Out Cities” by Dr. Mindy Fullilove REGISTER FOR FREE HERE You can purchase the book here. Use the code ALCHEMY25 at checkout for a 25% discount. In addition to four weekly reading group sessions on zoom (Monday’s between July 12th and …

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Reflecting on 400 Years: Stories and Tools for a Just Future

A celebration of the 400 Years of Inequality coalition, including readings, reflections, and a showcase unveiling two new digital platforms. Register for free online here. About this Event In 1619, the first ships delivering Africans to be sold into bondage arrived in Jamestown, an inciting event in America’s ongoing battle with inequality. 2019 would mark this …

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