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Rapper Mic Crenshaw to speak at the Sunday Assembly on Sun. Aug. 10th

Mic Crenshaw is a conscious hip-hop recording artist, educator, writer and community activist. Currently the co-director of KBOO Radio, Mic has been active in anti-poverty and anti-racism community activism for many years. He recently partnered with Dead Prez on a new recording, “Superheroes,” described as “a classic tribute to everyday people.” You are invited to hear him speak (free admission):

Mic Crenshaw speaks at Sunday Assembly Portland
Mic Crenshaw

Date: Sunday, August 10, 2014 at 11 am.
Place: McMenamin's Crystal Ballroom in Lola's Room. 1332 W Burnside St, Portland, OR.
Price: Free

What is Sunday Assembly?

Sunday Assembly Portland is part of a secular global movement of wonder and good. Many people worldwide seek community, positivity and compassion and are looking for non-religious alternatives to provide them. We meet to sing popular songs, listen to inspiring talks, and generally celebrate the wonder of life.

Between assemblies we have small groups that focus on a wide range of interests as well as volunteer projects in the Portland area. We strive to be radically inclusive, family-friendly, and supportive as we take full advantage of this one life we know we have.

If you would like to learn more about who we are and what we stand for, please read the Sunday Assembly global charter: .

For those of a nonreligious mindset, here's some other groups on that you might find interesting:
-- Sunday Assembly:
-- Westside Science & Religion Disc.:
-- Center for Inquiry:
-- Humanists of Greater Portland:
-- Atheists Etcetera:
-- Philosophy Workshop:
-- The Center for Philosophical Naturalism:

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