Twilight Talk: Cameron Whitten
March 02, 2017
Join us for our next Twilight Talk on March 3, 2017 with Cameron Whitten of Know Your City. Cameron Whitten is a civic entrepreneur, a citizen journalist, the executive director at Know Your City, an activist and leader in the Occupy and Black Lives Matter movements, as well as in Portland's Resistance. He has been engaged with nonprofit, civic and political causes in Portland for his entire adult life. His passion for advocating for human rights and marginalized communities was catalyzed in 2011, the year the Occupy Movement was born. Cameron currently serves as a member of the City Club of Portland’s Advocacy and Awareness Board, the Portland Bureau of Transportation Budget Advisory Committee, the Multnomah County Oregon Historical Society Levy Oversight Committee, and the Board of Trustees for Pioneer Square.
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