POSTPONED Setting The Table: What Does "Home" Really Mean in Portland?

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AKADI PDX

3601 Northeast Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard

Portland, OR 97212

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Setting The Table is a community gathering to learn, converse, and break bread around an important issue — presented by Bridgeliner.

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The affordability crisis in Portland isn’t just about housing. It’s also about the idea of home.

We see it in our city’s “right to return” policy, and the number of people who choose not to. We see it in the rise of micro-apartments, tiny home villages, and other unconventional housing options. And we see it in the conversations about “homelessness” and “houselessness” in our city, and what those words say about who belongs here.

Join us at Akadi on Thursday, April 9, as we dig into the assumptions about home that are shaping our city’s politics, demographics, and housing policies. (Our discussion leaders for this month’s topic will be announced soon.)

10% of each event’s capacity will be set aside for those who are not able to comfortably afford our ticket cost. Please apply here to become eligible for this month’s dinner (https://forms.gle/Ns4paqj2iB7Lcrw89). For those of you who can pay full price, thank you! Your support welcomes more voices into the conversation.

Members, you get a $15 discount for this event (use your member code found in your newsletter). Not a member? Let’s change that! Start your Bridgeliner membership today to unlock discounts to Portland experiences and support your local newsletter.

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AKADI PDX

3601 Northeast Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard

Portland, OR 97212

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