The Portland People’s Climate Movement March

Vivian Satterfield photoIn this episode, we will be talking with Vivian Satterfield with OPAL about the Portland People’s Climate Movement March.

Vivian is second-generation bilingual Chinese American, born and raised in inner city Chicago. She believes in the power of organizing, the efficacy of people-centered public policy, and the therapeutic benefits of a long bike ride. Vivian is currently the Deputy Director at OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon, where she’s helped bring grassroots-led campaigns and coalition efforts around issues such as lifting Oregon’s 17-year long ban on inclusionary zoning, and the extensions of transfer times on TriMet, to success.

Portland People's Climate Movement March, April 29th, 2017 12:00pm-5:00pm at Dawson Park

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Today’s show was edited by Steph Routh with help from Alexis Gabriel. Music is by Breuss Arrizabalaga Quintet. You can find us on our Facebook page and on Twitter @whyisntanyone.

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