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Advocating for Willingness to Change
08/18/2019
Doug Matheson

Doug Matheson discusses encounters with Muslims in Oman and with Americans here in Oregon. He explores the need for us to change our minds as new evidence comes in. Mr. Matheson grew up a missionary kid in India, Later he came to realize that when beliefs contradict evidence, personal honesty requires changing one’s beliefs. He has taught science and has done public health work in various parts of the world.

Wellness Recovery Action Plan
08/11/2019
Sharon Kuehn

Sharon Kuehn discusses a simple self-care and support system known as WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan). This is a program that encourages responsibity, mental health, self-determination, and self-awareness. Ms. Kuehn identifies as a person with lived experience of mental health challenges. She has served as a trainer, manager and program developer for over 25 years, acting as a catalyst for change in the public mental health system.

The PCC Trades Training Program
08/04/2019
Carrie Weikel-Delaplane & Teri Patapoff

Presentation by Carrie Weikel-Delaplane & Teri Patapoff about the Portland Community College Trades Training Center. PCC works to support students in getting living wage jobs in the trades. Teri Patapoff is with the PCC Foundation as Major Gifts Officer. Carrie Weikel-Delaplane serves as Director of Apprenticeship and Trades at PCC Swan Island.

"Black Lives Matter" and "#MeToo"
07/28/2019
Lily Beeson-Norwitz

HGP scholarship winner Lily Beeson-Norwitz of Cleveland High School reads her winning essay and answers questions.

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