Published: October 19, 2020


This is a day of protest. A protest against a system that has and continues to cause mental and physical harm to members of our union every day.

Please join the SEIU 503 African American/African Caucus on Friday, October 23 for a day of self-reflection, healing and education about the impact of racism in our daily lives. The Caucus will host two zoom listening sessions, featuring special guests, where SEIU members can listen, learn, share their experiences and take time out of their normal lives to focus on our goal of creating an anti-racist society.

Friday October 23

Register here for 9 – 11 AM 
Featuring Ayisha Elliott from the Black Girl From Eugene podcast

Register here for Noon – 5 PM
Featuring leaders from SEIU 503’s AFRAM and other Civil and Human Rights Caucuses

Members are encouraged to stop by at any time in those windows to listen, share their experiences, or learn about the resources that are available through our union.

The event is open to all members – black, brown, white or any identity – and we specifically encourage members of color to join and share their experiences. Please attend these events on your own time or use appropriate leave.

This event is co-hosted by the Eugene-Springfield NAACP Branch 1119 and Human Rights, Human Stories.