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Lake Oswego High School Presents
This Is Us Day: Who We Are And What We Stand For

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Monday, September 23
 

8:25am PDT

9:00am PDT

Session of your choice Any classroom with a sessionLIMITED A Future Without Limits Room 115FULLGrace Wadell An Index of Me: Creative Writing Room 209FULLEllen King Collaborative Poetry Room 204FULLMark McNeal Dyslexia Simulation: Walk in the Shoes of a Dyslexic Student Room 220FULLMichele Barnett • Danielle M. Thompson Mindfulness for Self-Care Dance Studio (Gym Basement)FILLINGAdam Dennis Natural Techniques for Taming Teen Anxiety Room 119FULLLisa Grimm What if? Deconstructing Societal Norms Room 311FILLINGShannon Fleischman When Coping Isn't Enough Room 222FULLKevin Ashworth Who Am I? Room 314FULLKeith Grosse Am I Biased? Room 103FILLINGChristine Moses Amazing Facts About Languages in the World Room 116FILLINGCilei Han Can We Get Along? Room 202FULLChisao Hata Keynote with Sally Kohn for Juniors and Seniors AuditoriumFILLINGSally Kohn Listening Session with Superintendent Lora de la Cruz Room 200FULLLora de la Cruz Microaggressions to Microaffirmations Room 208FILLINGLindsay Kopacek We Need Diverse Books . . . in Libraries and Classrooms Room 105FULLMiranda Doyle What Makes a Home?: How Culture Influences Our Visual World Room 205FILLINGCameron Iizuka What’s Race Got to Do with It? Room 102FILLINGBill De La Cruz Where Do I Stand? Room 312FILLINGAmanda Solomon Climate Change Is Real—Now What? Room 318FULLNate Foster • Lake Thelan • Thanaphon Singsukhum Immigration Law Room 213FILLINGGerrit Koepping Lenses for Analyzing Power Room 210FILLINGChris Riser Weapons of Mass Distraction: Navigating the Truth in Media Room 207FULLAmanda Smith Byron White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack Room 101FILLINGDavid Salerno Owens

10:05am PDT

A Future Without Limits Room 115FILLINGGrace Wadell Dyslexia Simulation: Walk in the Shoes of a Dyslexic Student Room 220FILLINGDanielle M. Thompson What if? Deconstructing Societal Norms Room 311FILLINGShannon Fleischman Am I Biased? Room 103FULLChristine Moses Can We Get Along? Room 202FULLChisao Hata How to Train Your Artificial Intelligence Room 214FILLINGSelena Zhang, Student Keynote with Sally Kohn for Freshman and Sophomores AuditoriumFILLINGSally Kohn Listening Session with Superintendent Lora de la Cruz Room 200FILLINGLora de la Cruz Microaggressions to Microaffirmations Room 208FILLINGLindsay Kopacek Privilege and Its Relevance in Our Lives LibraryLIMITEDMya Gordon • Anna-Marie Guenther • Natalie Goldberg • Evan Melendez • Claire Fennel • Grace Choi • Maya Taylor We Need Diverse Books . . . in Libraries and Classrooms Room 105FILLINGMiranda Doyle What’s Race Got to Do with It? Room 102FILLINGBill De La Cruz Where Do I Stand? Room 312FULLAmanda Solomon White Supremacy in Oregon: Past and Present Room 117FILLINGKristin Teigen Calling in for Greater Justice Room 315LIMITEDAlisun Thompson Climate Change And Social Justice Room 216FILLINGUrsula Wolfe-Rocca Ethnic and Racial Minorities & Socioeconomic Status Room 219FULLDaniel Eizyk Genocide: Recognizing Risk and Preventing Escalation Room 207FILLINGAmanda Smith Byron Learning from the Past: My Journey to America during the Holocaust Room 205FULLEvelyn Banko Lenses for Analyzing Power Room 210FILLINGChris Riser On the Front Lines: Youth and Increasing Hate Crimes Room 125FILLINGRandy Blazak Who Are the Deserving Poor? Room 114FILLINGErica Tucker

10:15am PDT

11:10am PDT

Alumni of Color Return to Share Their Stories LibraryFULLErick Tovar • Miles Lewis • Bruce Poinsette • Jaci McCormack • Pranav Sharan • Dan Kumprey An Index of Me: Creative Writing Room 209FULLEllen King Dyslexia Simulation: Walk in the Shoes of a Dyslexic Student Room 220FULLDanielle M. Thompson Mindfulness for Self-Care Dance Studio (Gym Basement)FULLAdam Dennis What Are You? Mixed-Race and Interracial Families in Oregon's Past and Future Room 201FULLDmae Roberts Who Am I? Room 314FULLKeith Grosse Am I Biased? Room 103FULLChristine Moses Biases in Education Room 119FULLMassene Mboup Is That Really What I Said? Room 312FULLAmanda Solomon • Shannon Fleischman Listening Session with Superintendent Lora de la Cruz Room 200FULLLora de la Cruz Microaggressions to Microaffirmations Room 208FULLLindsay Kopacek Student Panel Shares Their Summer Trip to Colombia Room 211FULLBreck Foster • Nate Foster • Brogan Deem-Ranzetta • Laura Catlin • Ben Altman • Angelina MacCarvill The Benefits of Inclusive Classrooms Room 106FULLScott Archer The Importance of Diversity and Embracing Different Cultures Room 222FULLLakeridge Student Panel • Mya Gordon • Anna-Marie Guenther • Natalie Goldberg • Evan Melendez • Claire Fennel • Grace Choi • Maya Taylor What’s Race Got to Do with It? Room 102FULLBill De La Cruz White Supremacy in Oregon: Past and Present Room 117FULLKristin Teigen Behind Barbed Wire: In an American Concentration Camp Black Box TheaterFULLGeorge Nakata Calling in for Greater Justice Room 315FULLAlisun Thompson Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: LGBTQ+ students, faculty, and staff Room 316FULLMikay Parsons Immigration Law Room 213FULLGerrit Koepping Institutional and Political Racism Room 212FULLState Representative Andrea Salinas and Staff from LOforLove On the Front Lines: Youth and Increasing Hate Crimes Room 125FULLRandy Blazak Social Justice Through Theater Room 206FULLKayden Cantrell The Black Panther Party in Portland History Room 205FULLPercy Hampton The LGBTQ Experience at LOHS AuditoriumLIMITEDAndrew Duden • Griffin Gaffney • Sonia Bergstrom • Elliot Lloyd Unexpected Path to Leadership Room 107FULLBryan Sheldon White Privilege and Interrupting Detours Room 118FULLKelly Kalkofen White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack Room 101FULLDavid Salerno Owens

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