Watch the video of the panel discussion of Rights for Working Women: Fairness, Equality, Safety. What still needs to be done in Oregon for women in the workplace?
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Hear what our speakers told us about how Oregon’s Mandatory Minimum Sentencing law has affected our youthful offenders. How can Oregon improve the outcomes?
This short video on Reducing Our Carbon Footprint is one of a series of videos that are excerpts from longer recordings of forums. We take the most interesting statements from the panel discussions.
What you can learn about reducing your carbon footprint
Find out what you, your city and your business can do to protect our planet. How can we cut carbon emissions and limit the harm to our environment, climate and health? Three speakers talk about what the City of Portland, Oregon businesses and individuals are doing now. Then they discuss their visions for the future. There are many exciting ideas about how our lives will change in the next few decades, if we want to reduce the harm caused by carbon emissions.
Watch the best 20 minutes of this discussion by clicking the arrow below.
Highlights videos are shortened versions of recorded panel discussions about important civic issues. The League presents these panel discussions during many months of the year. The full discussions often last more than an hour. But now you can see a shorter version with the most important points. Highlights videos are typically 20 minutes long.
View the highlights of what was said by clicking on the titles below.
This is short video on Homeless Voices is one of a series of videos that are excerpts from longer recordings of forums. We take the most interesting statements from the panel discussions.
What you can learn about solutions to homelessness
Listen as people who have been homeless talk about their experiences and how they found ways to change their lives. These highlights from their remarks open a window for understanding how people become homeless, their feelings while homeless, and what they need to return to living successful lives in a community.