Author Archives: Natalia Fernandez

LGBTQ+ History in OSU’s The Barometer

Pride Month is a time to celebrate who we are and the people we love, but it is also a time to reflect on where we have been and where we want to go. Remembering our histories is one of … Continue reading

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DPD Program 25th Anniversary Celebration

  The OMA was honored to participate as part of the 25th Anniversary Celebration of the Difference, Power, and Discrimination (DPD) Program. The DPD Program works with faculty across all fields and disciplines at Oregon State University to develop inclusive … Continue reading

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The OMA at NWA 2018

The OMA attended, and presented, at this year’s Northwest Archivists conference in Warm Springs, Oregon. The presentation “Campus Connections to White Supremacy: The Role of Archivists in Reconciliation through Community Engagement and Historical Research” focused on the Fall 2017 OSU … Continue reading

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Oregon Black Pioneers “Student Activism” Public Program

The event “Student Activists: The Civil Rights Histories of Oregon’s Universities and Colleges” was an opportunity for attendees to learn what was happening during the Civil Rights Movement on Oregon’s college campuses – including PSU, Lewis & Clark College, Pacific … Continue reading

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Imagine OSU

The OMA and OSQA were thrilled to participate in Imagine OSU, an opportunity for the OSU community to engage in an event organized around creative workshop stations aimed at facilitating connection, reflection and the co-creation of a shared vision for … 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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Oregon Black Pioneers: “Racing to Change: Oregon’s Civil Rights Years” Exhibit Reception

This evening, the OMA was delighted to attend the reception for the Oregon Black Pioneers’ new exhibit “Racing to Change: Oregon’s Civil Rights Years” at the Oregon Historical Society. Check out the pics below! About the Oregon Black Pioneers “Our … 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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I Love My Librarian 2017

Today, on November 30, 2017, 10 librarians were honored with the 2017 I Love My Librarian Award for their outstanding public service contributions, and the OMA and OSQA curator and archivist Natalia Fernández was one of them! Selected from more … Continue reading

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