The Race Card Project at UO

Michel Norris’ Race Card Project — on campus this fall!  You can participate in The Race Card Project in one of two ways:
Or pick up a postcard at these campus locations and drop it in the collection box:
Clark Honors College (Chapman Hall)
Dean of Students Office (1st floor Oregon Hall)
DuckStore (upstairs in the Literary Duck)
EMU – in the Fishbowl and by the ASUO offices
Health Center
Housing Service Centers:
• Global Scholars Hall
• Barnhart Hall
• Living Learning Center
• Hamilton
Jaqua Building
Knight Library
Student Rec Center

Join in!

Tickets for Michele Norris event SOLD OUT

SOLD OUTMichele Norris tickets sold out in 4 days, however some tickets may be made available in the next week. Click Here to add your info to the waiting list.

Due to the overwhelming demand, we will live stream video of the event to the Oak and Maple rooms in the EMU!

We have created a waiting list for those who would like a ticket if tickets become available. Click Here to add your info to the waiting list.If you receive a ticket from the waiting list, you will only have 24 hours to claim it — so be sure to check your email for a message about tickets.

We will fill the overflow room on a first come/first serve basis.

Michele Norris – November 13th

Michele Norris November 13thNPR special correspondent Michele Norris will speak on campus November 13th at 7:00 p.m. in the EMU Ballroom about The Race Card Project and her experiences traveling the country speaking with many different people about their experiences with race.  We invite you to be part of the Race Card Project:

Here’s how it works. Think about the word Race. How would you distill your thoughts, experiences or observations about race into one sentence that only has six words?

That’s right. Your thoughts. One sentence. Six words.

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