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Alcena Boozer - Oral History Interview
Boozer discusses the multiethnic neighborhood she grew up in Northeast Portland, the significant places people in the community would gather at, how her family hosted black entertainers from out of town,...
Carl Deiz - Oral History Interview
Deiz discusses the Southeast Portland neighborhood he grew up in, the activities he was involved in as a kid, especially being a boy scout. He explains the personalities and lives of his parents. Deiz...
Jean Moule - Oral History Interview Part 1
African Americans; Activists; Education; Racism
Jean Moule, professor emerita, OSU College of Education, begins by talking about her family, specifically the histories of her father and mother; she reflects on her childhood and school experiences including...
Jean Moule - Oral History Interview Part 3
African Americans; Education; Racism
Jean Moule, professor emerita, OSU College of Education, begins by describing her journey to OSU’s College of Education doctoral program and explaining her activities as a student including her participation...
Democracy's Unfinished Business sign
Banners; Civil rights; African Americans
Governor Robert D. Holmes signs House Bills 646 and 647
Holmes, Robert D.; Goldsmith, Milton; Nilsen, Norman O.; Rademaker, John; Gantenbein, R. P.; Reynolds, Phil; Document signing; Politicians
Governor Robert D. Holmes signs House Bills 646 and 647 which expanded Oregon civil rights statutes. Standing, left to right: Milton Goldsmith, chairman, FEP Advisory Committee; Labor Commissioner Norman...
Whitney Young interview with Tom McCall
Interviews; Young, Whitney; McCall, Tom, 1913-; Urban League of Portland; African Americans; Civil rights leaders
Whitney Young & Tom L. McCall interview. Whitney Young was the Executive Director of the National Urban League from 1961-1971. In 1969, Young received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Edward Miyakawa Transcript Part 4
Japanese Americans; Authorship--Fiction; Japanese American literature; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Relocation Camps
Loftus, Mitzi Transcript Part 2
Japanese Americans; Relocation Camps; Japanese Americans- Education-Oregon; Farming; Orchards
Urban League monthly meeting
Meetings; Urban League of Portland; African Americans
Photo shows the Urban League monthly meeting, held at St. Philip's Parish Hall. George Dysart, attorney, discusses developments in civil rights educational campaign to prevent referendum on the Senate...
Urban League of Portland Oregon - Washington Conference
Peyton, Russell; Smith, Mark A.; Hill, E. Shelton; Holley, John; Boone, Bill; Pratt, Edwin; Watts, Lewis; Urban League of Portland; African Americans; Conferences
Oregon-Washington Conference on Race Relations was held between staff members of the Urban Leagues of Portland and Seattle, members of the Civil Rights Division of Oregon and the Washington State Board...
Portrait photographs; Young, Whitney; Urban League of Portland; African Americans; Civil rights leaders
Whitney Young was the Executive Director of the National Urban League from 1961-1971. In 1969, Young received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Whitney Young Jr.
Young, Whitney; Portrait photographs; Urban League of Portland; African Americans; Civil rights leaders
1963 portrait, executive director of the National Urban League. Delivered a public lecture in May 6, 1963 at Portland State College. Whitney Young was dean of the Atlanta School of Social Work and became...
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