Tag Archives: Oral History Interview

OSU Multiracial Beavers Oral History Project, 2016-2017

The OSU Multiracial Beavers Oral History Project, 2016-2017, was intended to capture the origin stories of the Oregon State University Multiracial Beavers initiative and share the experiences of Multiracial individuals at OSU. For more information, see the OSU Multiracial Beavers … Continue reading

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The OMA at SAA 2017

This summer the OMA presented at the annual conference of the Society of American Archivists (SAA) held in our very own state of Oregon! The OMA presented “Oregon’s LGBTQ+ and Communities of Color: Community-Based Oral History Projects” as part of … Continue reading

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OSQA and History Course Collaboration: A Continuation of the OSQA Oral History Project

This spring term, the OSU Queer Archives (OSQA) once again collaborated with the history class HST 368 Lesbian and Gay Movements in Modern America with Professor Mina Carson. In the Spring of 2016, Dr. Carson, along with OSQA co-founders Natalia … Continue reading

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The OMA and OSQA in the SCARC exhibit “Catching Stories: The Oral History Tradition at OSU”

This year the OSU Special Collections and Archives Research Center curated a new exhibit featuring its oral history program – and the hundreds of interviews within its collections – and the OMA and OSQA were highlighted!         … Continue reading

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Hear the Stories: Oregon African American Railroad Porters Oral History Collection

The OMA just hosted the first of SCARC’s 2016 Archives Month events and we have it recorded for you to view online! “Hear the Stories: Oregon African American Railroad Porters Oral History Collection” featured the oral historian, filmmaker, and educator, … Continue reading

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Sabor Latino ~ a Yamhill County Celebration!

On September 24th, in celebration of Latino/a Heritage Month 2016, Yamhill County hosted “Sabor Latino” at the Chemeketa Community College Yamhill Valley Campus – and the OMA project Nuestras Voces y Herencia was there to share the stories gathered so … Continue reading

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Nuestras Voces y Herencia ~ Yamhill County’s Latino/a community

Nuestras Voces y Herencia is a grant funded project dedicated to gathering and preserving the life stories of Yamhill County’s Latino/a community. The Yamhill County Cultural Coalition and the Yamhill County Historical Society & Museum are partnering with the OMA … Continue reading

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La comunidad latina en Canby, Oregón / The Latino/a community in Canby, Oregon

OH 32 Latinos en Oregón sus voces, sus historias, su herencia / their voices, their stories, and their heritage Preservando y compartiendo las historias de la comunidad latina en Oregón / Preserving and sharing the stories of Oregon’s latino/a community … Continue reading

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OSQA and History Course Collaboration: An OSQA Oral History Project

This spring term, the OSU Queer Archives (OSQA) collaborated with the history class HST 368 Lesbian and Gay Movements in Modern America with Professor Mina Carson. Carson, along with OSQA co-founders Natalia Fernández, Curator and Archivist of the Oregon Multicultural … Continue reading

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Celebrating FIRST! Students Sharing their Stories

On May 17, 2016 six OSU students shared their stories of being FIRST. At OSU, this past fall term, 27% of students self-identified as being “first”, which most commonly means a first generation college attendee. While being “first” can have … Continue reading

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