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  Multicultural Speakers Network

WHAT IS THE OREGON NAME MULTICULTURAL SPEAKERS NETWORK?
Oregon NAME has created a new network to connect experts in various multicultural education fields with school districts and community groups that are interested in their services. Here you will find information about individuals who are Oregon- or Washington-based who have experience speaking or delivering workshops on social justice topics to pre-K–12 students/faculty, parents, higher education students/faculty, as well as to businesses, community organizations, non-profit organizations, and law enforcement agencies.

WHICH SPEAKERS/TRAINERS/PRESENTERS ARE PART OF THE NETWORK?
We have organized the individuals listed in this network by 1) whether they are NAME members, and 2) whether they have presented at NAME or Oregon NAME conferences.

Oregon NAME Multicultural Speakers Network

NAME Members; NAME and OR-NAME Presenters
  • Da Verne Bell & Leilani Nalua'I Russell
  • Jean Moule

    Non-members; OR-NAME Presenters
  • Keisha Edwards

    Non-members
  • Barbara Rosier
  • Anne-Louise Sterry
  • WHAT TOPICS ARE ADDRESSED BY THE SPEAKERS/TRAINERS/PRESENTERS?
  • Achievement Gap
  • Multicultural Education
  • Advocacy
  • Multiple Intelligences
  • Biracial, Multiracial Identity
  • Peace
  • Bullying
  • Racial Identity Development
  • Civil Rights/Human Rights
  • Racism
  • Cultural Competence
  • Religion in the Public Schools
  • Disability Rights
  • Safe Schools
  • ELLs; linguistic minorities
  • Social Justice
  • Ethnic groups (various)
  • Stereotyping
  • Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender/Queer
  • Unconscious Bias/Unintentional Racism
  • Internalized Oppression
  • White Privilege
  • Islam/Muslim
  • Women & Feminism
  • Media, Film & Video (on multicultural topics)    
  • Youth/Student Activism
  • HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO HIRE ONE OF THESE SPEAKERS/TRAINERS?
    Speaker's rates are determined by the speaker/trainer and depend on such factors as make-up of audience, type of speech/workshop wanted, length of speech/workshop, and other factors that may be negotiated by the speaker/trainer.
           Oregon NAME is acting as a type of clearinghouse in listing these speakers/trainers/presenters, but we are not an Agent and are not collecting a fee. This is primarily a service to Oregon NAME members and individuals dedicated to multicultural education and social justice. Oregon NAME is not in the position to judge the effectiveness of the speakers listed. You are advised to conduct your own Internet or word-of-mouth research into the speaker in which you are interested.

    AS A MULTICULTURAL SPEAKER/TRAINER, HOW DO I GET LISTED ON THE MULTICULTURAL SPEAKERS NETWORK?
    Submit the attached Word document detailing your expertise and interests and email it along with a digital photo no larger than 2"x3" in either jpg or gif format. Be sure to save both the Network application form and your photo with your name so that we won't make mistakes. Send both of these to Jean Moule, Oregon NAME Network Chair.


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