This program is the first of a 4-part series, “Southern Oregon History: Its People and Places”, and participants do not need to attend all of the programs in the series to participate.
Registration required. Register by 10:00 pm on the Sunday before the program date. Registrants will receive Zoom information the day before the program.
Before Portland, Jacksonville was the heart of Oregon’s Black community. But despite a 150 year presence in the area, the contributions of Blacks in Southern Oregon are seldom told. Zachary Stocks of Oregon Black Pioneers will highlight some of the region’s early Black residents, their work and the racism they encountered.
Presenter: Zachary Stocks
Zachary Stocks is a public historian, museum professional and the Executive Director of Oregon Black Pioneers. He holds a BA in History from the College of William and Mary with a certificate in Public History from the National Institute for American History and Democracy, and a MA in Museology from the University of Washington.
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