The West Linn Alliance and the West Linn Public Library are hosting a June discussion on the book Caste by Isabel Wilkerson. The group will meet on June 24th at 7:00 pm for a virtual discussion. Registration link: HERE Some copies of the book Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents are available at the West […]
The West Linn Alliance and the West Linn Public Library are hosting our May 27th discussion of: Whose History: The Reckoning Over Confederate Monuments and the Racial Terror of Lynching (This film is season 2, episode 4 of the series America Divided) You can register for this event Here Whose History explores how Tennessee, and Memphis […]
The blackface meme is an ugly racist stereotype for those who know its history.
The date was April 16th of 1963, and Martin Luther King, Jr. sent out his now-famous “Letter from Birmingham Jail.”
Racism in Oregon History: A Brief Overview Presented by Eliza E. Canty-Jones and Kerry Tymchuk Virtual program via Zoom: Free and open to the public Thursday, December 10, 2020 6PM – 7PM LINK: For More information and registration: (https://www.ohs.org/events/racism-in-oregon-history.cfm)
By Glenda Golter As a white mother of two white teenage daughters, I wish I’d been more deliberate about talking to my kids about racism when they were little. The topic of racism comes up more regularly now that they’re older, but I know I still have plenty of room to grow. In my efforts […]