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Portland Mercury Article about Sci Fi and Social Change Event

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http://blogtown.portlandmercury.com/BlogtownPDX/archives/2014/12/08/world-building-as-resistance-walidah-imarisha-and-grace-dillon-talk-revolutionary-science-fiction

World-Building as Resistance: Walidah Imarisha and Grace Dillon Talk Revolutionary Science Fiction

Pulling it Together podcast interview with Walidah

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Walidah Imarisha did a podcast with Amanda M. Savage? on her show Pulling it Together, talking about sci fi, Ferguson and visionary organizing, Oregon Black history, and the decolonization of the imagination:

http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/westside-comedy-podcast/pulling-it-together-with-amanda-savage/e/walidah-imarisha-36295711

Walidah Interviewed for Ebony Magazine Article on Eric Garner and Strange Fruit

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Walidah Imarisha was interviewed for this article in Ebony Magazine on the police murder of Eric Garner, Strange Fruit, and state-sanctioned lynchings.

 http://www.ebony.com/entertainment-culture/blood-on-the-leaves-eric-garner-and-strange-fruit-999#.VIHffYfLdIZ

 

OPB's Think Out Loud interview about Oregon Black history tour

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Walidah Imarisha was interviewed live on OPB's Think Out Loud radio show Sept. 15, 2014 about her recent Oregon Black history rural tour.

You can listen to the interview here.

Tillamook County Pioneer Article on Oregon Black History Tour

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Conversation Project on Black history in Oregon revealed ‘mind-blowing’ facts

 

Article on Last Night Oregon Black History Rural Tour

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Portland Theatre Scene

 

Closing night of Walidah Imarisha’s “Why aren’t there more black people in Oregon?” conversation project tour asks many hard questions

http://portlandtheatrescene.com/2014/09/09/imarisha-bay-city/

by Win Goodbody

Albany Democrat-Herald Article on OR Black History Tour

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Speaker examines Oregon black history

Mercury Agenda Magazine Profile on Walidah Imarisha

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"As a professor, radical activist, and historian, Imarisha gives one hell of a lecture, and shines just as brightly in her poetry and spoken word performances." Justin Hocking, Portland Mercury Agenda Magazine

http://www.portlandmercury.com/portland/continuous-thread-of-resistance/...