A Conversation with Gubernatorial Candidate and Former Oregon House Minority Leader Christine Drazan
Betsy Johnson is running for governor as an independent leader unaffiliated with any political party. Learn where she stands on issues of importance to both the Jewish and general communities.
Join the Jewish Community Relations Council as we heard from Democratic gubernatorial candidates Tina Kotek and Tobias Read. Each presented separately and then took questions from the community.
Hear from Dr. Erika Meyer from Metropolitan Pediatrics, Dinah Gilburd, LCSW from JFCS, and Rabbi Eve Posen as we break down what life looks like when parents are vaccinated and children are not able to be.
A Community Call to Confront Hate was the culmination of a collaborative effort by several local area organizations that previously presented webinars on the history of discrimination and bigotry in Oregon. Held on May 26, 2021, more than 800 people attended the Summit.
Below are recordings of every session of the summit. We hope this important work will live on as people watch and learn from our presenters.
From October 2020 to March 2021, a broad coalition of friends and allies came together and created a series of public programs to confront hate.
At this link are recordings of our webinars representing people who have historically—and continually—been the targets of discrimination and hatred in Oregon. These webinars are presented by a broad group of organizations and speakers in our greater Portland community.
Discussion of the film - Dec. 8, 2020
Discussion with Filmmaker of Shared Legacies: The African-American Jewish Civil Rights Alliance