In this episode, we talk with Zachary Stocks, Executive Director of Oregon Black Pioneers, a historical society dedicated to preserving and presenting the experiences of African Americans statewide by researching, recognizing, and commemorating the history and heritage of African Americans in Oregon. To learn more about Oregon Black Pioneers, please visit their website at: https://oregonblackpioneers.org/
In this episode, we talk with Joyce Senior Angulo and Adejoke Babatunde, the cofounders of the innovative My Hair My Health PDX program which brings Black women together for mutual empowerment and connection. To learn more about My Hair My Health PDX, please visit their website at: https://myhairmyhealthpdx.org/
Welcome to One Oregon: Many Stories, One State where we share stories that broaden and deepen our understanding of what it means to be an Oregonian. In this episode, hosts Ann Harris and Emily Henry share their Oregon stories and what led them to create this podcast.
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