From the Black Book Talk Vault: February, 2015 conversation with Kimberly Moreland

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Thu, 07/02/2020 - 11:30am to 12:00pm
African Americans of Portland
Rebroadcast of 2015 interview with Oregon Black Pioneers Board Member Kimberly Moreland

    In the rebroadcast of the February, 2015 Black Book Talk, Portlander Kimberly Moreland discusses history of Blacks in Portland and Oregon.

    Oregon Black Pioneers Board member Kimberly Moreland discusses African Americans of Portland and Perseverance: A History of African Americans In Oregon’s Marion and Polk Countiesboth published by the Pioneers organization.   She also invites listeners to view "Racing to Change: Oregon’s Civil Rights Years," an online exhibit,

   Oregon Black Pioneers is an all-volunteer organization founded in 1993 to do research and educate Oregonians about African-Americans’ contributions to Oregon’s history.  Presentations and exhibits on Oregon’s Black history have been done in schools of all levels, historical organizations and museums, libraries, civic and social clubs, and state and federal organizations and institutions across the state.


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