Most of us believe we are good people. But if we are all good people, who are the people responsible for supporting structural oppression like racism, sexism, and heterosexism? If we hope to be “good,” what are our moral responsibilities in a society of privilege, power, and oppression?
This is the focus of “What Does It Mean to Be Good? Exploring Morality in the Midst of Structural Oppression” a free conversation with Brittany M. Wake on Tuesday, February, 12th, 2019.
This program is hosted by People's Food Co-op and sponsored by Oregon Humanities.
The Community Room is located on the 2nd floor up a flight of stairs. It is also accessible by elevator lift--just let a cashier know you need to use it and they will help you!
Facilitator Bio: Brittany M. Wake is an equity, diversity, and inclusion trainer, consultant, and counselor specializing in multiculturalism. She is passionate about mental health and wellness, breaking barriers from marginalization, and healing trauma and she loves engaging in thought provoking conversations that have the potential to move us all forward.
Through the Conversation Project, Oregon Humanities offers free programs that engage community members in thoughtful, challenging conversations about ideas critical to our daily lives and our state's future. For more information about this free community discussion, please contact Oregon Humanities.
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