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Roslyn Farrington

Roslyn Farrington has been a faculty member in Portland State University's Women's Studies Department since 2002. She holds a Master's Degree in Education, a B.A. in English and Certificates in Women's Studies and Black Studies. Her courses include: Intro to Women's Studies Sophomore Inquiry, bell hooks, Living for Change, Women Writing and Memoir, Contemporary Women Writers, Women, Love & Self-care, Women, Writing & Personal Transformation, and Women of Color in the U.S. Roslyn spent five years as the Executive Director of the Oregon Commission for Women, and is the founder of All About Community, a consulting business dedicated to building the beloved community, one person, one organization, one community at a time. Roslyn is also the founder and teacher of a spiritual community called The Beloved Sangha. Roslyn's mission, based on the philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is to build Beloved Community-a community based on unconditional love where all people have a voice

Extended Studies Building 207

roslyn@pdx.edu

(503)725-5419




Courses Taught:

  • Women's Studies Sophomore Inquiry
  • WS 308U bell hooks
  • WS 308U Women, Writing & Memoir
  • WS 330U Women of Color in U.S.
  • WS 410 Women, Love & Self-Care
  • WS 410 Women, Writing & Personal Transformation
  • WS 410 Audre Lorde