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Entitled Pioneering a Living Legacy: Shaping Our Vision for Diversity and Inclusion in the Labor Movement. A lively facilitated discussion will follow the presentations and the short film, Donna Hammond joined the IBEW local 48 in 1978 as a pioneering tradeswoman in Portland Oregon; she endured both racial and gender institutional barriers in the labor movement, but transformed the barriers into building blocks.
She succeeded against the odds and became a union negotiator fighting for equity diversity, and inclusion in the labor movement and workplace through collective bargaining.
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The ACLU of Oregon’s Resistance Book Club presents a 35mm print of THE BLACK POWER MIXTAPE 1967-1975.The rated R movie is described below: Children under 17 must be accompanied by their parent.The powerful true story of the first black-controlled union, The Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters.The ACLU of Oregon will present a post-screening talkback exploring the Black Power movement, the influence of movements on political resistance in today’s world, and Angela Davis’ enduring legacy.This movie event is open to IBEW Local 48 family and friends.