The organizers that brought 20,000 people out into the streets of portland are at it again, and this time they're bringing youth climate activism to the Portland Mayoral race. Join Sunrise PDX, 350PDX, and Harriet Tubman Middle School Environmental Club for the Mayoral CandidateClimate and Environmenal Justice Forum this city needs.
Together with Emily Prado – the polymath DJ / Journalist / Interim Director of Youth Programs at Literary Arts – youth / climate leaders will question Portland'swoulld-be mayors on their plans for bringing about a just and equitable future for Portland.
Youth climate activist group Sunrise Movement PDX and others hosted incumbent Mayor Ted Wheeler and challengers Sarah Iannarone, Ozzie González, Teressa Raiford and Piper Crowell in front of a sold-out crowd at Revolution Hall in Southeast Portland on Sunday, March 8.
This event is produced in partnership with XRAY.fm and sponsored by The Oregonian and Oregonlive. There was another version of this event reported by The Oregonian at: https://www.oregonlive.com/portland/2020/02/portland-mayoral-candidates-talk-homelessness-trimet-jobs-during-debate.html and The Oregonian reported on the subjects again in https://www.oregonlive.com/politics/2020/02/portland-mayoral-debate-is-there-still-support-for-the-citys-current-form-of-government.html
To find more coverage a starting search string could be: “march 9 the revolution mayors debate sunrise”
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