POSTPONED: Report back on PSA’s Racial Equity Assessment (Online Event)


We have had to postpone this event. We will let our community know as soon as we have rescheduled a date.


Portland School of Astrology (PSA) is embarking on a journey to examine how people experience PSA based on their race, class, gender, sexuality, ability, and the many intersections of those identities. This journey operates off of the notion that white supremacy culture in particular is present at PSA, and impacting BIPOC at the various intersections in which they exist (i.e. Queer and Trans BIPOC are marginalized even within LGBTQIA positive spaces). 

This event will be a report back to our community about what we found out through our assessment process, from surveys, interviews, and discussion groups. Alyshia Macaysa, the consultant who created the assessment with PSA, will give an overview of findings from the process. JP & Rhea will be on hand to talk about next steps for the future of the school. Students and community members will have space to share their thoughts on the findings of the assessment and their ideas for moving forward. Please join us!

This is a FREE Event. Please RSVP.

*COVID-19 Change: This class will take place online via our platform Zoom. The link will be sent on the day of the event to the email address used for checkout.

Date: TBD – postponed

Location: ONLINE

Facilitator: Alyshia Macaysa is a community organizer, freelance health equity strategist and nationally recognized practitioner through Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Culture of Health Leaders Program.

Her work centers on building environments and lifting up movements that deepen the political consciousness and strengthen the leadership of those most impacted by injustice. This journey has led her to work across the workforce development, housing, public health, and tech sectors to uproot the many toxic policies and practices that drive racial inequity. She is a former Mass Campaigns organizer for the National Democratic Movement of the Philippines through GABRIELA Portland, a militant Filipina womxn’s movement rooted in gendered class struggle. She is also a current board member of United Territories of Pacific Islanders Alliance’s Portland Chapter, organizing spaces of self determination and healing for Queer and Trans Pacific Islanders. In her professional capacity Alyshia sits on Multnomah County’s Public Health Advisory Board and advises the City of Portland through SmartCityPDX in order to wield the power of public health modernization, data, and technology to build healthy, autonomous lives for Black, Indigenous, People of Color.


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