Cameron Whitten, co-founder of the Black Resilience Fund and Founder and CEO of Brown Hope, will present “Be the Fire” to Bridge City Friends Meeting on January 14, 2020 at 6:00p.m. Cameron will speak about his personal story of resilience, racism in Oregon, and how our collective future is dependent on justice and healing.
The Black Resilience Fund is an emergency fund dedicated to healing and resilience, by providing immediate resources to Black Portlanders. Brown Hope is a community solution for racial justice, creating connection with Black, Brown, and Indigenous leaders through the heart, mind, and voice to inspire our collective healing.
Since 2009, when Whitten arrived in Portland, he’s emerged as a people’s activist, in city and county matters and as a board member or in leadership roles in a wide range of social justice causes that work to create an inclusive community in Portland. For more detail:
Please join Bridge City Friends Meeting via zoom to listen to Cameron Whitten.
Topic: Be The Fire
Time: Jan 14, 2021 06:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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