Public 8-Week Class Series
Overcoming Racism - A Radical Approach
Is racial conflict inevitable in a multi-racial society?
Or is it the product of social and economic conditions
past and present that can be understood and changed?
This two-part class will utilize works by writers of color,
feminists and radicals to explore these questions and
the vanguard role of people of color in social justice
movements, including the challenges and rewards of
organizing across color lines.
Authors whose works will be used in the class include those pictured above, from top:
Oliver C. Cox - Caste, Class and Race; Christina López -Estamos en la Lucha:
Immigrant Women Light the Fires of Resistance; W.E.B. DuBois - Black Reconstruction
in America, 1860-1880; Merle Woo - Stonewall Was a RiotNow We Need a Revolution,
and Yellow Woman Speaks
Section I: May 19 June 9
The Roots of Racial Prejudice
Section II: June 23 July 14
Bridging the Race Divide
Fees: $20 for the entire series or $3.00 per session.
Readings and class materials included in cost.Readings for the first class can be found here.
Classes will begin at 1 pm.
Snacks available at 12:30 pm.
Location: Bread and Roses Center.
6834 NE Glisan St.
Portland, Oregon 97213
(On #19 bus line; eight blocks east of 60th Ave Max station)
Co-sponsored by Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women
For more information or to make childcare arrangements, please contact
Jordana Sardo 503-240-4462 office 503-516-2151 cell
or email fsp@...