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Sense of Place - Meet Your Neighbor: A Conversation with Gladys Rivera
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Meet Your Neighbor: A Conversation with Gladys Rivera

What’s it like to grow up in the Gorge? Gladys Rivera considers herself fortunate to have been born and raised in Hood River and over the course of her life here, she’s experienced firsthand the region’s growth and changes. As a bi-racial, bi-cultural, and bi-lingual member of the Gorge, Gladys brings a unique perspective on this place we call home and will share some of her history and experiences in a conversation with Sense of Place host, Sarah Fox. Join us for the conversation and Q & A that follows.

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Dec 16, 2020 07:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Gladys Rivera
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Gladys Rivera was born and raised in Hood River and was appointed to the Hood River City council in 2019. She has served as a board member for Gorge Grown, a council member for United Way, is a member of Latinos en Acción, and works locally as a preventative health manager focused on underserved communities. Gladys brings a unique perspective on this region and the changes she’s experienced firsthand while serving this community.