Our City, Our Voice
With the help of artist and PSU professor Sabina Haque, Madison High students from have explored how the city’s East/West divide and investment decisions have affected our communities. Scope their huge silkscreen posters, get a copy of their zine, and get to know the artists 1:1 at this open gathering. Jade/APANO Multicultural Space, 8114 SE Division, 6:30-9 pm, FREE


Budget & Revenue Town Hall
Care about equal access to education and want to support Portland youth? Join this town hall meeting to speak with Oregon State House Representatives from districts 41-46. You’ll get the low-down on the proposed Oregon Education Investment Initiative, which will reform the state’s tax code and guarantee funding for our next generation of students. Benson Polytechnic High School, 546 NE 12th, 10-11:30 am, FREE

March for Truth PDX
If you’re fed up with the White House’s love for fake news and alternative facts, this is the rally for you. BYOSign and friends to link arms with. Terry D. Schrunk Plaza, 364 SW Madison, 11 am-12:30 pm, FREE

Green in the Hood: Stories of Food Justice
Where do the needs of people of color land in the conversation for healthy eating? Community members from a variety of backgrounds will share food stories and talk about access, health services, and urban gardening in the context of marginalized communities. Attendees will receive food and discounted tickets to the Star Theater after party. Leaven Community, 5431 NE 20th, 6-8:30 pm, $10 suggested donation


Woman UP!
It might be tempting to roll your eyes at a woman-oriented run with breakfast cocktails and massages, but who doesn’t like perks when sweating for social change? A portion of this Portland Monthly 5k will benefit the very radical Girls, Inc., which supports youth through a variety of afterschool programming. Sellwood Riverfront Park, SE Oaks Park, Run starts at 9 am, $25; Party from 9:30 am-1 pm, FREE

Defend Portland! No Nazis on Our Streets!
To counter Vancouver alt-right vlogger Joey Gibson’s planned “Free Speech Rally” featuring a keynote speaker who rose to internet fame for beating protestors with sticks, several antifa groups are leading opposing protests. Ted Wheeler has also called for the federal government to pull the permits for Gibson’s rally. Given the nature of antifa tactics, this event is not recommended for kids. Chapman Square, SW 4th and SW Madison, noon-4 pm, FREE

Places of Action: NAACP Black Legacy Project Bus Tour
Immerse yourself in Portland’s Black history as you travel to local sites of significance on what is surely the only acceptable tour by bus. Tickets start at $10, but you’re encouraged to donate more so the NAACP can continue to host engaging, educational events. Golden West Hotel, 707 NW Everett, 1:45-5 pm, $10-75

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