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"Portland's Tea Party"
Friday, April 23, 2010 - 9:30am to Friday, April 23, 2010 - 10:30am
Faculty, Staff And Community Partners Interested In Cross-Cultural
Collaboration Are Encouraged To Attend!

"Portland's Tea Party"
In honor of Beatrice Morrow Cannady

9:30-10:30am on Friday, April 23
Portland State University
Smith Memorial Student Union 228

During the early 1900s, in an effort to promote goodwill between people of
different backgrounds, Cannady held interracial teas in her home in
Northeast Portland. Tea and conversation will follow a presentation by Dr.
Kimberley Mangun, Professor in the University of Utah's Department of
Communication and author of /A Force for Change/, the first full-length
study of the life and work of one of Oregon's most dynamic civil rights
activists, African American journalist Beatrice Morrow Cannady.

Please RSVP to Tracy Braden at <>

This is event is made possible by grant funding through the Diversity Action
Council in the Office of Diversity and Equity at Portland State University.
This is a joint project between the Toulan School of Urban Studies and
Planning and The Portland State Multicultural Center.
University Place, "the meeting place of many cultures" is co-sponsoring this