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PDX civil rights project

Repository: Portland State University Library. Special Collections

Collection Description (CRHP): This ongoing oral history project includes interviews with well-known and lesser known civil rights activists in Oregon. Interviewees include Charlotte Rutherford, whose parents were involved with the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in Oregon as well as Prof. Darrell Millner, who has become a leading expert on black history in the state.

Access Copy Note: This collection will eventually be donated to Portland State's Special Collections by project director Felicia Williams.

Digital Status: Unknown

Extent: Unknown

Language: English

Interviewees: Donny Adair, Willard Bennett, Richard 'Dick' Bogle, Rev. Alcena Boozer, Beria Brooks, Carl Deiz, Kent Ford, Patricia Ford, Lew Frederick, Michael Grice, Avel Gordly, Percy Hampton, Rev. Wilbert G. Hardy, Joyce Harris, Ron Herndon, O. B. Hill, Sam Jackson, Jr., Derry Jackson, Paul Knauls, Carolyn Leonard, Dr. Booker Lewis, Dr. Darrell Millner, Rev. Mary Overstreet, Lolenzo T. Poe, Willie Ransom, Charlotte Rutherford, Lurlene Shamsud-din, Jim Unthank, Lesley Unthank, Thomas Unthank

Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights

Subjects:

African Americans--Civil rights--Oregon
Civil rights movements--Oregon
Civil rights workers--Oregon
School integration--Oregon

Genres:

Interviews
Transcripts

 

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