RJOCs Corner. Exploring the Origins of Oregon’s Black Excclusionary Laws
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RJOCs Corner. Exploring the Origins of Oregon's Black Excclusionary Laws
This month RJOC's Corner takes us back in time. Zachary Stocks, Oregon Black Pioneers, tells the story of how Salem's Asahel Bush and his weekly newspaper, Oregon Statesman, influenced the state's adoption of Black exclusionary laws. This presentation was titled "The Statesman and The Freedman" hosted by the Salem Art Association on May 15, 2022.
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