It’s fair to say that issues of homelessness have been among the most talked about topics in Portland for the past few years. We’ve heard from homeowners, city officials, business people, and non-profit organizations.
Everyone, it seems, recognizes that having people unhoused on the streets of Portland is good for no one. The February League of Women Voters of Portland 2017-18 Civic Education program is dedicated to listening to people who have experienced homelessness.
Please join us in hearing speakers representing Transition Projects and the Village Coalition and who have hands-on experience dealing with the problems of being unhoused.
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
7:00 PM (doors open at 6:30)
Multnomah County Building 501 SE Hawthorne Portland, OR
The Civic Education Program is free and open to the public.
The program will be recorded by Metro East Media for rebroadcast after the program, and will be available on the League of Women Voters website, lwvpdx.org
Funding for the recording is provided by the Multnomah Bar Foundation.
Parking is available on the street. Multnomah County Building is easily accessed by public transportation. Trimet options include bus lines 4, 6, 10, 14, 15 and the Portland Streetcar.