Are you feeling...

...inspired by recent Black History Month events like Displacement in the Era of Black Lives Matter and Why Aren't There More Black People in Oregon?
....frustrated at the slow rate of progress on racial justice?
...confused about how to make a real impact with limited time and money?

Join the McCall Center for Civic Engagement, Pacific University alumni, and student leaders for an evening of insight and action! 

At this event you will:
1. Hear from alumna Donna Maxey '70, founder of Race Talks and Elona Wilson '18, advocacy director for Oregon's Coalition of Communities of Color.
2. Hear from student leaders Julien Dagan '22, Seema Khatcherian '21, and Karsen Buck '21 about how to get involved right now at Pacific.
3. Take small actions in real time to support racial equality efforts in Oregon and beyond.
4. Walk away with a variety of resources for staying engaged and making racial justice a daily commitment in 2021.

All in the Pacific University community are welcome. Save the date and join us for an inspiring, informative conclusion to Black History Month.

 Join via Zoom (must be signed in using your PUNet ID). 

Contact Us

McCall Center for Civic Engagement
Scott Hall 110 | 503-352-1570 |