Workshop Proposal Deadline: Friday, October 4th at 5pm
These are workshop suggestions of topics workshops have focused on in the past at the Oregon Students of Color Conference and new topics students are interested in for this year. Please note that workshop topics are not limited to what is listed below.
ImmigrationICEUndocumented Community focused around the use of “illegal” on social mediaKnow your rightsHistory of Immigration Of OregonQTPOC leaders of the movementsPresentation on Anti BlacknessWhy there aren’t many black folks in Oregon - Walidah ImarishaHistory month at their institution: White History Month All the bad things that white people have participated in. POC Teachers: Where are all the POC teachers? US education system culture clashes and affordabilityHow Communities of Color can be better Allies to each other (united movements)Building an Intersectional LGTBTQ MovementTrans People of ColorRacial ProfilingImmigration ReformImmigrant ExperienceDeveloping Race and MediaCultural AppropriationBlack Lives Matter: What it's like to be Black in the U.S. right nowSay Her Name Movement: how women of color have been left out Working and organizing around police brutalityRespectability politics: “classic man is the new black” addressing different spaces of activism Queer People of Color POC FundraisingUnderstanding and moving beyond internalized oppressionStory tellingHealing JusticeTransformative JusticeCoalition buildingRunning for Office