Racing to Change Pop Up KIOSK

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Oregon Black Pioneers is proud to announce the installation of its first Pop-Up Kiosk called Racing to Change: Oregon’s Civil Rights Years at SEI (Self Enhancement, Inc) in Portland.


The development of traveling kiosks such as this will enable OBP to extend this historic information to all parts of the state and country in a variety of venues of all sizes and financial abilities.


This collapsible 10 ft long, double sided kiosk utilizes key portions of the original exhibit to focus particularly on the cultural and political organizations that were leaders in Oregon’s civil rights history in the 1960 and 70s. It will be on display at SEI during the month of February. The kiosk
is currently being scheduled around the state to an existing waiting list and locations will be available on line shortly.


If you are interested in securing this powerful kiosk for your organization , please use this link to review the OBP policy on traveling exhibits and contact Gwen Carr.

Zoe Morrison Story Whisperer

As a volunteer & former board member of Oregon Black Pioneers I support the organization with web and technical advice. I am the owner of My Beautiful Life Story, a personal history service that highlights 'everyman's' deeds & milestones through image and story.