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Hales and Reese are attending a conference in Welches this week on diversity for white male managers. The city of Portland is sending 16 white male employees and managers, including Mayor Charlie Hales and Police Chief Mike Reese, to a three-day diversity training conference at a Mt. Hood-area resort this week. According to Hales' office, the training focuses on eliminating racism, sexism and homophobia in organizations. Monday through Thursday at p.
My guess is that they were too busy laughing. After all, that was my reaction. Last week, when news came out about Portland officials attending a three-day diversity training conference, I sent a quick email to some of our Vancouver leaders to get their reaction. And to snickers. And to guffaws. What other possible response could there be?