Racing to Change public programming features the history of Student Activism at Oregon Colleges and Universities

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Student Activists: Civil Rights Histories of Oregon’s Universities and Colleges

The event “Student Activists: The Civil Rights Histories of Oregon’s Universities and Colleges” was an opportunity for attendees to learn what was happening during the Civil Rights Movement on Oregon’s college campuses – including PSU, Lewis & Clark College, Pacific University, OSU, and the UO – and how student activism during the 1960s and 1970s helped shaped what higher education is for students today.

The event was presented by the Oregon Black Pioneers (OBP) in collaboration with the OSU Libraries and Press.

Panelists Included

  • Hannah Leah Crummé, The Watzek Library at Lewis and Clark College in Portland.
  • Eva Guggemos, Archivist at Pacific University in Forest Grove since 2011.
  • Cristine Paschild has been the Head of Special Collections and the University Archivist at Portland State University Library since 2008.
  • Natalia Fernández, is an associate professor and the Curator and Archivist of the Oregon Multicultural Archives (OMA) and the OSU Queer Archives (OSQA) here at the Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center.

Read Natalia’s post and view the event recording on the OSU Blog

 

Click the image below to view the event recording

 

Zoe Morrison Communications Chair

I enjoy highlighting the work others are doing in their lives, business and organizations. As a volunteer with Oregon Black Pioneers I help create presentations, write blog posts, distribute information on social media and write the OBP newsletter. I also solve technical difficulties in my free time.