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The OMA and OSQA Featured in Archival Outlook

The OMA and OSQA are featured in the Society of American Archivists (SAA) newsletter “Archival Outlook” May/June 2019 issue! Back in August of 2018, the OMA and OSQA presented at the annual SAA conference held in Washington DC as part … Continue reading

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SOL: LGBTQ+ Multicultural Support Network ~ Oral History Interviews

SOL: LGBTQ+ Multicultural Support Network ~ Oral History Interviews SOL focuses on supporting Queer and Trans People of Color (QTPOC) and offers educational programming, student advocacy, and ally building among individuals and organizations at Oregon State University. Learn more about … Continue reading

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OSQA and History Course Collaboration: the OSQA Oral History Project, Part 3

This winter term 2019, the OSU Queer Archives (OSQA) collaborated for the third time with the history class HST 368 Lesbian and Gay Movements in Modern America with Professor Mina Carson. Our first collaboration took place in 2016 and the … Continue reading

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OSU Solidarity March 5 Year Anniversary – Justin McDaniels Oral History

Five years ago today, OSU students gathered for a Solidarity March. Just a few weeks ago, Justin McDaniels shared his involvement in the March and the #ITooAmOSU campaign, and his interview is now available online! In late February / early … Continue reading

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Feminist Forward: The Future of the Feminist Movement (Panel)

The “Feminist Forward: The Future of the Feminist Movement (League of Women Voters)” panel was a powerful evening of story sharing by four incredible women: Dr. Allison Davis-White Eyes, Dr. Susan Shaw, Maria Chavez-Haroldson, and Luhui Whitebear. Topics discussed included being a … Continue reading

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The Black Woman Series (Panel 2)

“The Black Woman Series” discusses how race intersects within our everyday lives. The first part of this series went over what it is to be a black woman as well as what that experience is like. The second part of … Continue reading

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Stories of Being First – OSU Faculty, Staff, and Admin Oral Histories

During this academic year, the OMA is collaborating on a special project with two other OSU Library departments to showcase existing oral histories as well as gather more stories of OSU’s first generation students, faculty, staff, and administrators. About First … Continue reading

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“Sense of Place” The Latino/a Community in Hood River

On November 8th, the OMA participated in a panel discussion as part of the Hood River “Sense of Place” series. The event “Talking History/Talking Spanish” about the history of the Latino/a community in Hood River was organized by Dr. Lynn … Continue reading

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The Black Woman Series (Panel)

The Race in America series began last year and continues on this year with a focus on honoring black women. “Race in America: The Black Woman” will include three events during the 2017-2018 academic year. This fall term event featured … Continue reading

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The OMA Presents at the OSU TRIAD Club

Today, the OMA presented at the first meeting for the 2017-2018 academic year of the TRIAD Club at OSU.  The presentation, “In Their Own Words: The Oregon African American Railroad Porters Oral History Collection”, gave information about the Oregon African … Continue reading

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