Minority and the Media
Speakers in this session of the "Minority and the Media" workshop include John Gosselin (a graduate student of Social Work at Portland State University), Marilyn James (Director of Indian Support at Portland State University), Information Service Officer, and Wendy Gordon (KOIN TV News). The program was co-sponsored by the Portland State Black Studies Program.
In this session, Marilyn James and John Gosselin discuss elementary school-level books by and for Native Americans and the processes through which educational resources are evaluated and created to teach Native American children about their cultural history and traditions.
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Mass media and minorities -- United States
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Portland State University; Gordon, Wendy; Gosselin, John; and James, Marilyn, ""Minority and the Media Workshop"" (1977). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 209.