From Resilience to Black Liberation: Uprooting Systems of Inequity

An MLK Virtual Racial Justice Teach-in presented by the Campus Collaborative


MLK Racial Justice Campus Collaborative is a group of 2- and 4- year college and university campuses and community partners that seeks to create programming that centers the history and narratives of Portland’s Black community during, and around, Martin Luther King Day, the only national holiday committed to a Black leader. The work of the Civil Rights Movement is far from over, our goal is to support community-based programming that centers ongoing narratives of Black activism, creativity, and liberation.

Dial-In Information

Registration is Open!

  • All registrations should select the shift for General Registration
  • You will have the ability to select one option for the morning and afternoon breakout sessions.
    • Scroll down to see the "Shifts" section below for more information about each session option.
    • Register early and select the breakout sessions you prefer to attend.
  • Links to Zoom and Live Stream will be sent out to all approved registrants on Jan 15th

Register here:

Saturday, January 23, 2021 at 10:00am to 3:30pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Conference/Symposium, Community


Open to the Public


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