Creating a culture of Peace for the People of Oregon

Monthly Meeting

Programs of peace, justice and nonviolence for 30+ years
January 22, 2017


Salem Friends Meeting House
490 - 19th St. NE (corner of Breyman)

slavery, capitalism and CITIZENSHIP

Presentation by Erious Johnson, Jr., Director of Civil Rights for the
Oregon Department of Justice

This involves outreach to diverse communities located throughout
the state, educating people about their rights and the resources the
Department of Justice has to offer. as well as working with the
Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) on housing discrimination
cases and investigating complaints of fraudulent business practices
that target protected classes. Questions and discussion to follow.

Erious Johnson earned his J.D., cum laude, from Howard University School of Law,
and is admitted to practice in Oregon state and federal court. He has experience in
private practice, as well as the City of New York, and Portland's Black Male
Achievement Initiative, and Salem-Keizer NAACP.

Please invite others and join us for this presentation.
Potluck follows the program.

Everyone welcome
Information: 503 371 6109

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