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June 5, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
YouTube Live:
Eugene, OR
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Online: "1000 Hopes" BIPOC Panel

Saturday, June 5, 2021

A discussion of the recent art project and racism in Oregon's history.

Tune in for a live online panel presentation led by “1000 Hopes” artist Sara Miura Zolbrod at

She will host and talk about the recent 1000 Hopes participatory art installation at the Downtown Eugene Public Library, then with other BIPOC panelists, briefly survey Oregon’s past state-led racism.

Panelists: Eric Richardson is Executive Director of NAACP Eugene/Springfield. Maya Rabasa is a member of the board of directors of Centro Latino Americano and newly elected member of the board of Eugene School District 4J. Haley Case-Scott is a Siletz Tribal Member and NAACP Eugene/Springfield staff member. Aimee Yogi became an expert in the 1942 forcible removal of Japanese-Americans from the University of Oregon and Lane County through her work at the Knight Library.

For more information: 1000 Hopes art project Japanese American Association of Lane County Oregon Asian Celebration NAACP Eugene/Springfield Centro Latino Americano