Seeing Color Indigenous Peoples and Racialized Ethnic Minorities in Oregon
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Publisher: University Press of America, Incorporated
Publication date: 6/26/2007
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction: From the Legacy of Ing "Doc" Hay to Reading Ethnicity in Oregon History|
|Racialized Minority Demographics of Oregon|
|A Legacy of Racialization|
|"A Mistake to Simmer the Question Down to Black and White": The History of Oregon's Miscengenation Law|
|Japanese Americans in Eastern Oregon: The Wartime Roots of an Unexpected Community|
|Indigenous Peoples and Early Communities of Color|
|Ethnicity, Solidarity and Tradition: A Study into the Dynamics and Complexities of the Chinese Immigrant Community in John Day|
|A Very Prejudiced State: Discrimination in Oregon from 1900-1940|
|"We are tired of cookies and old clothes:" From Poverty Programs to Community Empowerment among Oregon's mexicano Population, 1957-1975|
|Race and Labor|
|Lumber, Railroads, Factories and Silicon: Asian and Pacific Islander Americans and Work in Oregon|
|Mixtec Farmworkers in Oregon: Linking Labor and Ethnicity through Farmworker Unions, Hometown Associations and Pan-Indigenous Organizing|
|History and Memory|
|Oral Narratives of the Klamath Termination: Using Video to Record Memory|
|Celilo Falls: Parallel Lives Along N'Che Wana|
|Defying Definition: Portraits of Arab Oregonians|
|Politics and Social Control|
|"Political History, Political Science, and Oregon Politics: Race and Ethnicity"|
|"Made on the Inside," Destruction on the Outside: Race, Oregon and the Prison Industrial Complex|
|Ethnic Minorities in Oregon: an Annotated Bibliography|