Safety Alert!

Your internet activity may be monitored by an abusive person. Please use caution when browsing our website. Learn more about safety planning and technology. To leave this site quickly, click the Leave This Site button, located in the bottom right of your screen.

Contact Call to Safety’s 24/7 crisis line for support and information: 1.888.235.5333.

الحصول على الدعم: اتصل الآن للتحدث مع مناصر باللغة العربية باستخدامكم خدمة الترجمة التابعة لبنك اللغات الخاص بنا. 1.888.235.5333
အကူအညီ ရယူပါ - ကၽြႏ္ုပ္တို႔၏ဘာသာျပန္ဝန္ေဆာင္မႈကို အသံုးျပဳလ်က္ ျမန္မာစကားျဖင့္ ေရွ႕ေနတစ္ဦးႏွင့္ ေဆြးေႏြးေျပာဆုိႏုိင္ရန္ ယခုဖုန္းဆက္ပါ။ 1.888.235.5333
सहयोग लिनुहोस् : अधिवक्तासंग नेपालीमा कुरा गर्न हाम्रो भाषा बैंक अनुवाद सेवामा सम्पर्क गर्नुहोस | 1.888.235.5333
Получите поддержку: позвоните прямо сейчас, чтобы, воспользовавшись сервисом нашего банка переводческих услуг, поговорить с защитником ваших прав по-русски. 1.888.235.5333
Hel Taageero: Wac hadda si aad u-doode kula hadasho af Soomaali adiga oo adeegsanaya adeegga baanka tarjumadda luqadda. 1.888.235.5333
Obtén apoyo: llama ahora para hablar en español con un defensor, utilizando nuestro servicio de traducción del banco de idiomas. 1.888.235.5333
Để Được Hỗ Trợ: Hãy gọi ngay bây giờ để được nói chuyện với một người bảo vệ nói tiếng Việt và sử dụng dịch vụ phiên dịch trong hệ thống ngôn ngữ của chúng tôi. 1.888.235.5333

2018 Visionary Award Recipients

Alexandra Appleton: Alexandra is a survivor, devoted mother of three young children, and advocate that grew up in North Portland. She has a lived experience of homelessness, incarceration, interpersonal violence, and recovery. Today, Alexandra does both peer and professional advocacy. Currently she is a board member for Home for Everyone and West Women’s Shelter, a committee advisor for Oregon Justice Resource Center’s Women in Prison Project, and the leader of Multnomah County’s Family Independence Initiative Cohort working to disrupt generational cycles of poverty. She graduated from PSU in 2017 and now works at Transition Projects Inc as a Wellness Specialist. When not doing advocacy work, she is working towards her CADC I/II certification and has goals of becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, owning a home, and developing a non-profit to serve survivors of sex trafficking.

Liberation Barbell: Liberation Barbell is a barbell gym – but we are about more than just building muscle. Liberation Barbell believes in inclusive fitness for feminists, queer folks, trans folks and people of all sizes. We are here for those who want to lift without weight loss or diet talk and for anyone that has ever felt like the gym is not for them, simply because of who they are. Liberation Barbell invites you to take up space!


Get your tickets to our Visionary Award Reception now!















Leave this site