Featured Speaker: Jo Ann Hardesty
11am-noon, Cascade Student Union Lounge
Jo Ann Hardesty is a Portland City Councillor committed to building a livable and sustainable city with all Portlanders and for all Portlanders, through transparency, accountability, and opportunity.
Featured Workshop: BARK Student’s Forest Forum
The forest plays a crucial role in determining the future livability of our region and the PNW at large. With mounting political obstacles to ecologically-based management, the public must create our own effective and transparent avenues to take responsibility for the future of Mt. Hood National Forest. Join local forest defense activists for presentations on forest ecology and management in the era of climate change followed by breakout sessions to help students develop a vision of their role in protecting the forest. Both sessions will be the same.
Featured Art Displays: Justseeds Artist Cooperative Portfolios
Portfolios of art prints by Justseeds artists and allies that address social and environmental issues. Each portfolio is an educational tool, a gesture of solidarity and a thing of beauty. Different portfolios on display at each campus in April.
Cascade Campus, Student Union – Wellspring
Wellspring is a portfolio of twelve original risograph prints celebrating water.
Rock Creek Campus, Building 5 No al Cambio Climatico! Ante la destruction, organizate
This portfolio was created by Escuela de Cultura Popular Martires del 68 from Mexico City in resistance to climate change.
Sylvania Campus, Upper CC Mall – Resourced
Resourced is a collaborative portfolio of prints addressing resource extraction and resulting social inequalities.
Southeast, Great Hall – We Are the Storm
We Are the Storm is a collection of prints created in solidarity with frontline communities in resistance to climate change.
Featured Campaign: Ban the Sale of Single Use Plastics!
Each campus will host tabling sessions, film screenings and petition signings focused on cutting out plastic pollution at PCC. Learn more about the steps you and PCC can take and enter into a drawing for a 4Ocean recycled ocean plastic bracelet!