Oregon Humanities' Conversation Project is intended to promote thoughts and critiques on serious issues.

FILE PHOTO - The Forest Grove City Library will host an Oregon Humanities Conversation Project event on 'Thinking About Diversity and Racial Categories' on Monday, April 30.If you're interested in having deep discussions and thinking critically about society, language and your own behavior, then the Oregon Humanities Conversation Project might be right up your alley.

Next Monday, April 30, the Forest Grove City Library and Oregon Humanities will put on a conversation titled "Thinking About Diversity and Racial Categories" at the downtown library.

Ann Su, a Portland Community College instructor, public interest attorney and social justice advocate, will lead the discussion. Topics will include race as a form of labeling, the use of language surrounding race and diversity, and conscious and unconscious categorization.

The program will begin at 6 p.m. in the Rogers Room at the Forest Grove City Library. There is no cost to attend.

The library is located at 2114 Pacific Ave. in Forest Grove.

For more information, contact adult services librarian Bob Abbey at 503-992-3354 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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