Racism in Oregon History
This virtual workshop is designed to help parents understand how both racism and justice are at the heart of Oregon’s history – and how recognizing this is crucial to our ability to build a better future. This event is part of a series of parent workshops being sponsored by the Humanities Department. This workshop is presented by Eliza Canty-Jones, Editor of the Oregon Historical Quarterly and Director of Community Engagement at the Oregon Historical Society.
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
A recorded version is available below.
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Oregon History Resource Links
- The Oregon Historical Society - ohs.org
- The Oregon Constitutional Convention Records
- Hattie Redmond, Mary Beatty, Minoru Yasui, and the Oregon Donation Land Act, from The Oregon Encyclopedia
- Oregon Historical Quarterly articles on school desegregation, police-
community relationships, and whiteness.
- Short videos about the Oregon Historical Society digital collections site and how to use it. Linked from this distance-learning digest also useful for students
- Search on The Oregon Encyclopedia
- Search on the Oregon History Project, which is organized around primary documents.
Recording: PPS Parent Workshop - Racism in Oregon - 1/28/21 - 1:32:39
Grabación: Taller para padres de PPS - Racismo en Oregon - 28/1/21 - Próximamente
Ghi âm: Hội thảo dành cho phụ huynh PPS - Phân biệt chủng tộc ở Oregon - 28/21 - Sắp ra mắt
Запись: PPS Parent Workshop - Расизм в Орегоне - 28.01.21 - Скоро
Duubista: Aqoon isweydaarsiga Waalidka ee PPS - Cunsuriyadda ka socota Oregon - 1/28/21 - Goor dhow
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions and answers that were asked during the workshop
Photo courtesy of Oregon Historial Society Research Library