Interview with Portland Community Media
Social justice, Racism, Anti-racism, White supremacy movements
Walidah Imarisha, leader of the Oregon Humanities Conversation Project program "Why Aren't There More Black People in Oregon? A Hidden History" talks about the state's legacy of oppression and resistance, and why she works to bring this history to light. Thanks to Jason Tait and the team at Portland Community Media for recording this interview.
Received permission to archive from Oregon Humanities.
Imarisha, Walidah and Tait, Jason, "Walidah Imarisha on Oregon's Legacy of Oppression and Resistance" (2015). Black Studies Faculty Publications and Presentations. 85.