Oregon Health & Science University invites the public to honor Black History Month in February by attending a virtual talk titled “Reconciliation and communal healing through a sober reflection on Oregon’s racist history.”
Tuesday, Feb. 2, noon-1 p.m. Pacific Time
The talk will be live-streamed online.
“Reconciliation and communal healing through a sober reflection on Oregon’s racist history”
- Presentation by Oregon Remembrance Project founder Taylor Stewart. The project is dedicated to remembering Oregon’s only recorded Black lynching victim, Alonzo Tucker.
- Organized by the following groups at OHSU: Black Employee Resource Group, Center for Diversity and Inclusion, and Alliance for Visible Diversity in Science.
The public can begin watching the presentation by clicking this link as soon as 11:55 a.m.