MULTNOMAH YOUTH COMMISSION - MEETING SCHEDULE 2022-2023
All general meetings are open to the public. If members of the public would like to attend, please
contact MYC staff (Contact info below).
MYC STAFF CONTACT:
Multnomah County: 10317 E. Burnside, Portland OR 97216 P: 971.803.2559
City of Portland:1120 SW 5th Ave, Suite 114, Portland, OR. 97204 P: 503.823.1848
Thursday, October 1st, 6:30 – 8 PM | How to Be an Antiracist: An Evening of Art + Conversation with Dr. Ibram X. Kendi
- WHAT: An inspiring evening featuring local artists and powerful speakers (local and national), all focused on the urgent need to become antiracists – for the sake of our nation and every one of us who calls it home. Guests will see relevant performances by local artists, hear a 20-minute presentation by Dr. Kendi and a 20-minute conversation with Dr. Kendi and Commissioner Hardesty, followed by 15 minutes of audience Q&A. Download a flyer.
- REGISTER HERE - IT'S FREE: Act today to reserve a space; we have 1,000 spots and you want to be in one of them. Share our Facebook event, too!
Thursday, Oct 8, 2020 07:00 PM | Why We Vote: BIPOC Youth RoundTable with Next Up
- WHAT: Young people aren't just the future, we're the right now! When young people vote we're choosing our vision, our creativity, our values, and our needs; because when we show up as individuals, we also show up as a community. Hear directly from young people leading voter registration work in Oregon about WHY we vote!
- Did you know Multnomah County some pretty cool virtual events coming up? Check them out here! - link to Multnomah County Events page
MYC & Commissioner Jessica Vega Pederson Youth Forum on the Intersections of Racial Justice, the Economic Crisis, the Climate Crisis & COVID-19.
About: Forum discussion on the COVID-19 pandemic, the economic recession, racial injustice, and the climate crisis. Joined by Lamar Wise, Political Organizer for AFSCME Council 75 and an organizer for the Re-imagine Oregon project, and Alana Nayak, a youth activist with the Multnomah Youth Commission, moderated by Oregon Representative Akasha Lawrence-Spence about young people’s perspectives on the issues we face and a discussion about how we can build a more equitable society. ASL interpretation is provided in the recording.