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Diversity Programming Board Events

Special Events | Courageous Conversations | Past Events

courageous conversations moderators
From left to right: Reverend Ryan Scott; Sally Snyder, Reverend Ernestein Flemister, Reverend Tom Berry, and Jenny Jackson

COURAGEOUS CONVERSATIONS
from Education to Action

No matter where you are in your knowledge and journey, we hope that you will join us to learn about the history of racism in Oregon, white privilege, institutional racism, and other important and related topics.

These free events are open to all students, staff, and the public.
All are welcome and encouraged to join this conversation.
For more information please contact [email protected].


Special Events

Get Youself Tested

Get Yourself Tested

HIV Alliance is providing FREE RAPID TESTING for HIV & HEP C. (JUST A SMALL FINGER POKE)

Drop in between 11-3 p.m.
Thursday, March 7: Table Rock Campus, Library room 104
Weds. and Thursday, March 6 & 7: Redwood Campus, Library room 3

Free naloxone training & kits Learn how Naloxone/Narcan nasal spray can reverse an opiod (Fentanyl) overdose. You could save a life!

For more information, contact:
Lucia Bartscher, 541-956-7124 or [email protected]


Past Events

"Summer of Soul!" Movie Screening

RCC DPB Summer of Soul! event

Come out of the cold and into the "Summer of Soul!" Diversity Programming Board is hosting a screening of the award-winning documentary about the historic Harlem Cultural Festival.

Thursday, February 22, 2024

For more information, contact:
Lucia Bartscher, 541-956-7124 or [email protected]


Music as a Tool for Justice

A Reflective Conversation

Music as a tool for Justice event

Liberty and justice for all? In this conversation, we’ll examine what the word “justice” means and examine how it’s applied in Oregon. With the aid of local and national hip-hop music videos and lyrics, we will examine the history of our state, legal anti-Blackness, and resistance movements. We will also examine a critical question: Are we closer to or further from justice for all since 2020? Join writer, artist, speaker, and producer Donovan Scribes for an exploration of Oregon as he lets music guide these critical questions and more about the place we live in.

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

For more information, contact:
Lucia Bartscher, 541-956-7124 or [email protected]


Beyond the Binary

beyond the binary

A panel of RCC students will answer questions about gender identity, pronouns and more!

Thursday, January 25, 2024

For more information, contact:
Lucia Bartscher, 541-956-7124 or [email protected]


MLK Jr. Celebration

MLK Jr. Celebration

Celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and how ordinary people can do extraordinary things. Our keynote speaker is the Rev. Ernestein Flemister. Live music will be performed by Tim Wallace and Michelle LeComte. Reception with light refreshments to follow.

Thursday, January 15, 2024

For more information, contact:
Lucia Bartscher, 541-956-7124 or [email protected]