TUESDAY, June 23, 6:30 pm

An opportunity to learn more the legacies of oppression that have created systemic inequality, and how we can put knowledge into action to become allies for change.

CitySpeak: Legacies of White Oppression, Dialogue for Justice and Equality

Bringing people together that work at the frontlines of current racial tensions, our next CitySpeak draws at the heart of the current moment from a variety of vantage points. The free livestream event will present dialogue that progresses towards justice and equality here in our own backyard. The panelists are:- Angel Harris, Corvallis/Albany NAACP Chapter President- Corvallis Police Chief Jon Sassaman- Professor Randy Blazak, Hate Crimes & Gender Studies Author and Expert- John Haroldson, Benton County District Attorney- Fay Stetz-Waters, Oregon's Director of Civil RightsSPECIAL GUEST: Artist Anne Mavor, now at exhibiting at The Arts Center with a collection titled I am My White Ancestors: Claiming the Legacy of Oppression

Posted by The Corvallis Advocate on Tuesday, June 23, 2020

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Panelists:

  • Anne Mavor, Artist Exhibiting I Am My White Ancestors, Artist
  • Chris Bell, OSU Professor
  • John Haroldson, Benton County District Attorney
  • Fay Stetz-Waters, Oregon’s Director of Civil Rights
  • Angel Harris, Corvallis/Albany NAACP Chapter President
  • Professor Randy Blazak, Hate Crimes & Gender Studies Author and Expert
  • Corvallis Police Chief Jon Sassaman