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Alaska Oregon Washington State-Area Conference

Branch Events

For the most up to date information check your local branch's website!

Alaska:

Coming Soon!

Oregon:

Linn, Benton, Lincoln and Lane Counties:

The 2019 AAYLC Conference for Linn, Benton, Lincoln and Lane Counties will be hosted by Linn-Benton Community College (LBCC) on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 from 8:30am - 1:15pm. More info to come!

Eugene Springfield Branch:

*Feb 25th -2019 Freedom Fund Dinner "Educating for the Future!"

2018 Act-So National Medalists Alaja Badalich and Kilani Afelin!

The 2019 ACTSO Competition- Is scheduled to take place April 7th at the HULT Center 4-6 pm! The deadline for youth 8th through 12th grade to signup is Jan 30th 2019. This year the National Act-So competition is in Detroit Michigan. The National Act-So experience can be a defining event for our youth and we encourage participation and support for this unique opportunity! 2019 Actso Chair Ayasha Benninghoven has been working with her team to bring about a great program this year, and encourage all youth to consider this awesome opportunity! Each Year youth are offered the opportunity to receive an all expense paid trip to the National Act-so competition by winning a gold at our local competition which is held each April in partnership with the City of Eugene at the Hult Center. The Act-so program is ready for growth please pass the word about this youth enrichment program. The Academic Cultural Technological Scientific Olympics is the perfect vehicle to support excellence! They will ACTSO because they ACTSO! Call or stop by the office (541-484-1119/330 High St) for more information. You can also email actso@naacplanecounty.org

Washington:

Spokane Branch:


Why Race Matters: History, Systems, and Strategies
Co-sponsored by: Spokane NAACP, I Did the Time, Spokane Community Against Racism, Community Building Foundation, and Greater Spokane Progress
March 2nd, Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Spokane EnVision Center: 130 S Arthur St

This workshop, led by a multi-racial team of local facilitators, addresses how racial inequities have been built into institutions and structures throughout our country, why it is important to use a racial equity lens, and what we can do to advance racial understanding and equity in our organizations and in our community.
Registration is FREE and open to the public! Lunch will be provided
Registration deadline is February 28th. To register go to https://bit.ly/2SPRNBT
For more information, contact ann@spokaneprogress.org or call 509-624-5657

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