Event: Black Community Resource Group – Black History Month Celebration
Date: February 11, 2023
Start Time: 2:00 pm
End Time: 4:00 pm
Location: Portland Community College Cascade - Moriarty Arts and Humanities Building, Room 104
Address: 705 N Killingsworth St. Portland, Oregon 97217
In celebration of Black History Month, participants of the Partners in Diversity Black Community Resource Group (CRG) are invited to join us at the 33rd Annual Cascade Festival of African Films on Saturday, February 11 at 2:00 p.m. to view The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind. The film is free and open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. Partners in Diversity has reserved seats for the first 20 registrants.
The Annual Cascade Festival of African Films represent the range of different countries, cultures, and lifestyles, as well as settings from pre-colonial, modern times, rural, and urban spaces. Through their annual film series, they encourage American viewers to become interested and enrich their lens of African cultures. To learn more about the 33rd Annual Cascade Festival of African Films, click here.
For participants of the Partners in Diversity Black CRG
- It is free and open to anyone who identifies as Black/African American.
- Feel free to bring a friend who also identifies as Black/African American. We ask that you include their name and email in the RSVP.
- Partners in Diversity has reserved seats for the first 20 registrants.
About Community Resource Groups
The Black Community Resource Group is a space specifically for people who identify as Black/African American. Partners in Diversity created Community Resource Groups (CRGs) to better support professionals of color. They are affinity spaces designed to bring people together in a safe space to network, discuss current issues relevant to that specific community and learn from each other. Learn more about CRGs.