Sandra Ford, Portland Black Panthers.
Demonstration in support of repressed peoples, U.S Courthouse, February 14, 1970
City of Portland (OR) Archives, A2004-005.2975
Black United Front leader, Ron Herndon, stands on a desk at a School Board protest against the closure of Harriet Tubman Middle School, March 30, 1982.
Steve Nehl, Oregon Journal. OrHi 95005 ba018353
Portland police in the Albina neighborhood, 1969.
Albina Residents Picket against the Emmanuel Hospital Expansion project at the Portland Development Commission, 1973.
Oregon Journal Collection, CN 023743
Children helping with the Albina Neighborhood Improvement Project, 1962.
City of Portland (OR) Archives, A2010-003
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The state’s premier Black heritage organization is dedicated to illuminating African Americans’ contributions to Oregon’s history through research, publications, exhibits, and community outreach. The organization's newest exhibition, Racing to Change: Oregon’s Civil Rights Years, directly builds on three highly successful collaborations with the Oregon Historical Society and reflects the all-volunteer organization's increasing capacity to create meaningful opportunities for community dialogue and learning.