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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery
Seattle, WA

Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery presents

JUSTICIA

Social Justice ART SHOW

From April 30-May 29th

Gallery Hours: Thursday – Sunday 12pm-6pm

www.nepantlaculturarts.com

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Consejo Hispano
virtual

Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery
Seattle, WA

Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery presents

JUSTICIA

Social Justice ART SHOW

From April 30-May 29th

Gallery Hours: Thursday – Sunday 12pm-6pm

www.nepantlaculturarts.com

View Event
Consejo Hispano
virtual

Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery
Seattle, WA

Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery presents

JUSTICIA

Social Justice ART SHOW

From April 30-May 29th

Gallery Hours: Thursday – Sunday 12pm-6pm

www.nepantlaculturarts.com

View Event
Consejo Hispano
virtual

Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery
Seattle, WA

Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery presents

JUSTICIA

Social Justice ART SHOW

From April 30-May 29th

Gallery Hours: Thursday – Sunday 12pm-6pm

www.nepantlaculturarts.com

View Event
Consejo Hispano
virtual

Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Consejo Hispano
virtual

Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

View Event
Consejo Hispano
virtual

Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Consejo Hispano
virtual

Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
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Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

View Event
Consejo Hispano
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Taller virtual por Zoom –
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Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Consejo Hispano
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Washington State Historical Society
Tacoma, WA

March 19 – June 12, 2022 

From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

WHEN THE FIRST GREEN BOOK WAS PUBLISHED in 1936, the American road was a metaphor for freedom. Freedom to change your present situation, freedom to determine your destiny, freedom to travel. Yet, in 20th century America, this same road was a dangerous place for Black citizens. The land was divided by segregation—through policy or through custom. If you were Black, the prejudice was severe: a systematic effort to deny access to your basic human rights. Imagine the indignity of government-backed and socially-normalized oppression. Imagine the pain, the violence, the disrespect. And yet and still, African Americans created destinations and strategies that affirmed their humanity, their worth, their light, and took to the roads.

It was done with ingenuity, with community, and with the help of a Harlem postman named Victor Green.

“…the traveling was and wasn’t fun…We couldn’t eat in the restaurants in the South and so we had to go in the market to get what you called ‘souse’ [hogshead cheese] and white saltine crackers. But listen, darling, I loved souse…That was fun. We’d laugh right on down the highway and still have a good time.”

— ARETHA FRANKLIN, vocalist, composer/arranger, and civil rights activist

“The Green Book” travel guide was created by Victor Green to provide African American travelers with critical information on restaurants, gas stations, department stores, accommodations, and other businesses that welcomed Black travelers during the era of Jim Crow and “sundown towns.” Published annually through 1967, the national guide’s rich history is highlighted in the multimedia exhibition, The Negro Motorist Green Book. This exhibition was curated by Candacy Taylor, one of the nation’s leading Green-Book scholars and an award-winning author, photographer, and documentarian.

Visitors will get an immersive look at the reality of travel for African Americans in mid-century America, and how The Green Book served as an indispensable resource for the nation’s rising African American middle class. You’ll be transported back to a time when, if you were Black, it took bravery and a Green Book to cross the country safely; explore film, photographs, art installations, interactives, and oral histories from travelers and Green Book business owners; compare Green Book sites then and now; and appreciate historical objects from the Smithsonian and from a variety of Green Book sites. You’ll understand not only the apprehension felt by African American travelers, but also the resilience, innovation, and elegance of people choosing to live a full American existence. The exhibition also brings into focus the vibrant parallel world of African American businesses, the rise of the Black leisure class, and the important role “The Green Book” played in facilitating the second wave of the Great Migration is brought into view.

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Consejo Hispano
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
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Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
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Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
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ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
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Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
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Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
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Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Taller virtual por Zoom –
ME CUIDO, TE CUIDO: APRENDIZAJE SOBRE LA SALUD SEXUAL Y PREVENCIÓN

Familias en Acción ofrece este taller GRATUITO y en ESPAÑOL por Zoom. Cada taller incluye 2 sesiones de 2 horas cada una, y al completar el taller recibirá una tarjeta de regalo. Se le enviará un paquete con materiales por correo. Hay un límite de 10 personas por cada taller.

REQUISITOS PARA PARTICIPAR:
• Vivir en Oregon
• Tener 16 años o más
• Tener un teléfono inteligente (smart phone), o una computadora, o tableta
• Registrarse con anticipación llamando al 971-501-8256, o en este enlace https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScCkGn0Z3…/viewform…

FECHAS:
• Miércoles 4 y 11 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 16 y 23 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 18 y 25 de Mayo / 4 – 6 pm
• Lunes 6 y 13 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Miércoles 8 y 15 de Junio / 4 – 6 pm
• Sábado 25 de Junio y 2 de Julio / 9 – 11 am

Para más información o ayuda para registrarse llame a Krystel Tafolla al 971-501-8256

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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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¿Quiere comenzar o expandir su negocio?
Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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Participe en nuestro curso Empresas de 10 clases (una por semana). Dedicado a temas que le servirán para su negocio.
Las clases iniciarán el 3 de mayo 2022. Los martes de 6pm-8pm. VIRTUAL vía Zoom. $50 por persona. Contacte a Mariana Beyer 971 371 0014 u mbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
¡Se anima a la comunidad de Beaverton a registrarse!
Would you like to start or expand your business?
Come and participate in our courses to help expand your business, we offer 10 classes ( one per week). These courses are dedicated to serve you and your business.
Classes begin May 3, 2022 on Tuesday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The classes will be held through Zoom and it is $50 per person. You can contact Mariana Beyer 971-371-0012 or through her e-mail umbeyer@adelantemujeres.org
The Beaverton community encourages you to register!
For more information you can go to :es.adelantemujeres.org/small-business-development
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University of Washington Language Learning Center
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The Seattle Cuban Dance Fest is the first and only festival dedicated to showcasing Cuban traditional dances. This year’s line-up includes some of the finest Cuban dance instructors in the West Coast.

Join us for three days of high intensity workshops with the instructors and live percussionists, performances, live Cuban bands, and social parties.

THIS YEAR’S LINE-UP INCLUDES SOME OF THE FINEST CUBAN DANCE INSTRUCTORS IN THE WEST COAST.

KATI HERNANDEZ

Kati brings to the USA her humble, yet explosive and uplifting energy. Kati’s knowledge of dance and choreography reveals her intricate and versatile style, making her a highly sought-after performer, nationally and internationally. A native of Cuba, Kati grew up surrounded by the sounds of the drum and the Afro-Cuban tradition. Her dance studies included folkloric, popular, modern, ballet, choreography, composition, and staging. Her earlier performances include the Havana International Jazz Festival with Cuban stars such as Bobby Carcases and Chucho Valdez and the Bienal Internacional de la Habana with Afro-Cuban music and performance icon Mercedita Valdez and visual artist Manuel Mendive.

Kati will be joined with over 6 other instructors!

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The Seattle Cuban Dance Fest is the first and only festival dedicated to showcasing Cuban traditional dances. This year’s line-up includes some of the finest Cuban dance instructors in the West Coast.

Join us for three days of high intensity workshops with the instructors and live percussionists, performances, live Cuban bands, and social parties.

THIS YEAR’S LINE-UP INCLUDES SOME OF THE FINEST CUBAN DANCE INSTRUCTORS IN THE WEST COAST.

KATI HERNANDEZ

Kati brings to the USA her humble, yet explosive and uplifting energy. Kati’s knowledge of dance and choreography reveals her intricate and versatile style, making her a highly sought-after performer, nationally and internationally. A native of Cuba, Kati grew up surrounded by the sounds of the drum and the Afro-Cuban tradition. Her dance studies included folkloric, popular, modern, ballet, choreography, composition, and staging. Her earlier performances include the Havana International Jazz Festival with Cuban stars such as Bobby Carcases and Chucho Valdez and the Bienal Internacional de la Habana with Afro-Cuban music and performance icon Mercedita Valdez and visual artist Manuel Mendive.

Kati will be joined with over 6 other instructors!

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Seattle, WA

The Seattle Cuban Dance Fest is the first and only festival dedicated to showcasing Cuban traditional dances. This year’s line-up includes some of the finest Cuban dance instructors in the West Coast.

Join us for three days of high intensity workshops with the instructors and live percussionists, performances, live Cuban bands, and social parties.

THIS YEAR’S LINE-UP INCLUDES SOME OF THE FINEST CUBAN DANCE INSTRUCTORS IN THE WEST COAST.

KATI HERNANDEZ

Kati brings to the USA her humble, yet explosive and uplifting energy. Kati’s knowledge of dance and choreography reveals her intricate and versatile style, making her a highly sought-after performer, nationally and internationally. A native of Cuba, Kati grew up surrounded by the sounds of the drum and the Afro-Cuban tradition. Her dance studies included folkloric, popular, modern, ballet, choreography, composition, and staging. Her earlier performances include the Havana International Jazz Festival with Cuban stars such as Bobby Carcases and Chucho Valdez and the Bienal Internacional de la Habana with Afro-Cuban music and performance icon Mercedita Valdez and visual artist Manuel Mendive.

Kati will be joined with over 6 other instructors!

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University of Washington Language Learning Center
Seattle, WA

The Seattle Cuban Dance Fest is the first and only festival dedicated to showcasing Cuban traditional dances. This year’s line-up includes some of the finest Cuban dance instructors in the West Coast.

Join us for three days of high intensity workshops with the instructors and live percussionists, performances, live Cuban bands, and social parties.

THIS YEAR’S LINE-UP INCLUDES SOME OF THE FINEST CUBAN DANCE INSTRUCTORS IN THE WEST COAST.

KATI HERNANDEZ

Kati brings to the USA her humble, yet explosive and uplifting energy. Kati’s knowledge of dance and choreography reveals her intricate and versatile style, making her a highly sought-after performer, nationally and internationally. A native of Cuba, Kati grew up surrounded by the sounds of the drum and the Afro-Cuban tradition. Her dance studies included folkloric, popular, modern, ballet, choreography, composition, and staging. Her earlier performances include the Havana International Jazz Festival with Cuban stars such as Bobby Carcases and Chucho Valdez and the Bienal Internacional de la Habana with Afro-Cuban music and performance icon Mercedita Valdez and visual artist Manuel Mendive.

Kati will be joined with over 6 other instructors!

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