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OAPA/FHCO Housing Opportunity and Discrimination Bus Tour

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June Key Delta Society Community Center

5940 N. Albina Ave.

Portland, OR 97217

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Join the Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association (OAPA) and the Fair Housing Council of Oregon (FHCO) for a Portland bus tour that highlights historic discrimination and how it relates to challenges we face today. The four-hour guided bus tour will feature sites around Portland. A facilitated lunch discussion will follow the tour, including an opportunity to reflect on how planners can better perform inclusive, culturally competent, and equitable planning practices.

FHCO tour guides include:

Diane Hess is an Education and Outreach Specialist at the Fair Housing Council of Oregon, where she is
carries out outreach and education efforts to a range of constituencies throughout Oregon.

Beatrice (Bea) Cannon Gilmore was born and spent her elementary years in Louisiana. In 1944, she and
her family moved to Vanport, OR, where her father and mother worked at the Swan Island shipyard until
the flood of May 30, 1948.

Valerie Otani is a Portland-based public artist whose works include the traditional Japanese gates
located at the Portland Expo Center Max Station.

Randy Blazak was doing an undercover study of racists skinheads in Orlando, Florida, when Mulugeta
Seraw was murdered in 1988.

4.5 Certificate Maintenance credits (pending), including 1 Ethics credit

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