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Oregon Black History at PCC Sylvania

On behalf of the Sylvania Women's Resource Center & Sylvania Multicultural Center, we would like to cordially invite you and your students to visit the critically acclaimed and awarding winning writer and activist, Walidah Imarish's lecture:

Why aren't there more black people in Oregon: A Hidden History
Wed. Feb. 14th | 1-3pm | ST100
Light refreshments provided


Join us for an engaging discussion and presentation that examines how history, politics, culture, and individuals have shaped the state of Oregon.

Walidah Imarisha- Historian at heart, reporter by (W)right, and rebel by reason. She is the winner of 2017 Oregon Book Award for creative Nonfiction for Angels with Dirty Faces: Three Stories of Crime, Prison, and Redemption.

This event is FREE and open to the public. For more information contact Traci.Boyle-Galestiantz@pcc.edu Or Miguel.arellanosanchez@pcc.edu

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