Thursday, May 25, 2017
Portland State University/Women’s Resource Center
Join the Women’s Resource Center in welcoming Ebony Oldham, the new Women of Color Leadership Coordinator! Ebony will be hosting an open forum to create space to get to know eachother a bit more and share what the community needs from the Women of Color Leadership Program!
A bit about them:
Ebony Oldham (She/They), homegrown in Portland, Oregon is an organizer, writer, poet, womanist and socio-political agitator regarding topics such as, colorism, misogynoir, anti-blackness, ableism, patriarchy, black joy, pain and liberation. They are currently a student at Portland State University in the Educational Leadership and Policy program and engaging in course work with the School of Gender Race and Nations. They are an Advocate at New Avenues For Youth and they also work at Portland State University, as the Research Assistant for the Pan-African Task Force. In their spare time, they organize with the All African Peoples Revolutionary Party and Black Lives Matter Portland Chapter and write as a Campus Editor At-Large for the Huffington Post.
You can now find Ebony in the Women’s Resource Center, as the new Women of Color Leadership Development Coordinator.