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Sustainability News and Highlights

Greater Portland Sustainability Education Network (GPSEN) Launch Party

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Youth Summit on Transit Justice May 17th, 11:00-4:30PM


We are hosting our first Youth Summit on Transit Justice on May 17, 2014 from 11am-4:30pm at David Douglas High School. In this youth-led process our intention is to organize youth from across the county and build adult partnership to address our region's transit issues. This is our first step to increase youth access to transit in Portland and Multnomah County.

The first part of the summit is for youth-only to caucus, and build awareness and community, while developing action steps in different ways. The presence of invited policy makers and community leaders is requested in the afternoon to listen to youth stories of challenges to accessing transit and engage young people in dialogue around how we can increase awareness and access in our community.

to learn more go to:
https://web.multco.us/events/2014/05/17/youth-summit-transit-justice-hosted-multnomah-youth-commission-and-opal-environmen



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