Not At The Dinner Table.

Friday, Nov 4th, 6:00PM

This edition of THE REMEDY CLUB invites you to talk about systems of exclusion, topics that usually aren’t deemed appropriate at the dinner table. Held four days before this year’s (draining, unsettling) presidential election, this event provides cocktails, conversations, and much needed catharsis.

By listening to personal stories from our panelists (see below) and conversing with each other about uncomfortable but necessary topics, we will take on the challenge of breaking that initial barrier when it comes to the untalkable—starting the conversation.

We will be recording the event for our Hatch the Future podcast so that you can share the conversation with those who couldn’t be in the room. Revisit the podcast episode from our first edition on Power & Access.

Hosted by Hatch Innovation & Illahee Lecture Series.

Advance tickets are $15. Night-of tickets will be $20 at the door. This event is 21+ and tickets include 1 drink ticket per person.

 

Listen to our last Remedy Club here:

THIS EDITION’S PANELISTS

Writer, photographer, and future librarian. A Chicana native of the San Francisco Bay Area, she has called Portland home since 2009. Her writing typically focuses on pop culture with an intersectional feminist lens in relation to race, class, and gender. She earned a B.A. in Child and Family Studies from Portland State University with cum laude honors, received a 2016 ALA Spectrum Scholarship, and is a current MLIS candidate at San Jose State University. Her work has appeared in Bitch Media, the Portland Mercury, Feministing, Ms. Magazine, and Travel Portland. When not writing, working, or schooling, she makes zines, sells homemade pinback buttons, and travels as much as possible. You can see her work at www.emillyprado.com

Proprietor, Abbey Creek Vineyard. He planted the vines, tends to them, harvests the fruit, makes the wine. Bertony’s the heart and soul, the drive that pushes Abbey Creek forward.

Born from Haitian immigrant parents and a transplanted New Yorker, Bertony has found not only his family, but his destiny in Oregon wine country. A physical trainer by trade, Bertony started his wine career like many, somewhat by accident. Noting his in-laws had a small vineyard, he began exploring the potential of making his own wine and gradually launched  Abbey Creek Vineyard. Always a student and innovator, Bertony dug in and learned a great deal  from neighbors and friends. Abbey Creek Vineyard grew enough in production to warrant it’s own tasting room and winery so Bertony moved his operation into North Plains, Oregon. Today he is literally an earth to glass winemaker. Abbey Creek Vineyard is all Bertony, all his personality, style and grace. Get to know him and you know his wine.

KBOO radio producer, journalist. Seven years with Armed Forces Radio and Television. Eleven years as a public relations specialist for the Federal Government. Four years with commercial radio and newspapers. Four years as a freelance writer specializing in feature and investigative reporting.

Goals include telling the little stories of big companies and the big stories of little companies for domestic and international reading audiences. My intention is to build a clientel of commercial, government and non-profit clients who turn to me to promote their work in consumer and trade, print and online publications by emphasizing the human side of that work. I am especially interested in the work of non-profits and am prone to donate work to good causes.

Panelists from our July 15th Remedy Club: Power & Access

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