Untold Stories GuideMain MenuHistories of Students of Color at Oregon State UniversityCampus Tour GuidebookAuthors & ContributorsMap of Tour SitesCarrie Halsell, OSU's First African American GraduateDeLana Wolfe and Chelsea Young2008 Honorary Degree Ceremony for Japanese American Students During WWIIVictoria Chavez and Chun-Tao KuanWilliam Tebeau, OSU's First Male African American GraduateTori Hittner and Enjun Ren, updated in 2015The Desegregation of the Men's Basketball TeamKayla Arnot, Abraham Rodriguez, and Izaak TobinBlack Student Union Walk-Out of 1969Sansan SunNative American Longhouse Eena HawsVanessa Marquez, Hagan Le, and Chloe ChenCentro Cultural César ChávezMarilu Solis and Natalie Vega-Juarez, updated in 2015Women's Center & Women of Color CoalitionMckayla Nguyen and Claire WilsonLonnie B. Harris Black Cultural CenterMichaela Butner and Megan Wing, updated in 2015OSU's Anti-Apartheid MovementTamara Lash and Ireland MasseyAsian & Pacific Cultural CenterPiper Davis and Karen Leon-Moreno, updated in 20151996 All OSU Boycott & MarchSamara Bonsey and Mandy DeiteringPride Center & SOL: LGBTQ+ Multicultural Support NetworkSophia Morrow and Ty SokalskiEttihad Cultural CenterFreddy León2014 Solidarity MarchMarrisa Gallegos and Elizabeth Galvan RuizBlack Lives Matter Movement at OSUIndigenous Peoples' DayPhotos and Sources CitedOSULP's Oregon Multicultural Archives
12015-12-30T14:13:14-08:00OSULP's Oregon Multicultural Archives7plain2016-01-14T14:05:58-08:00 Mission and History The mission of the Oregon Multicultural Archives (OMA) is to assist in preserving the histories and sharing the stories that document Oregon’s African American, Asian American, Latino/a, and Native American communities.
Established in 2005 by the OSU Libraries and Press, the OMA contains various collections showcasing how communities of color have contributed to the identity of the state of Oregon. The OMA also highlights significant people, events, and locations pertaining to the history of students, faculty, and staff of color in OSU’s history.
OMA Collections OMA collections include a variety of primary sources such as textual documents, oral histories, photographs, ephemera, audio/visual materials, as well as electronic and born digital records. Primary sources are the first-hand accounts of stories by told by the people who lived them and function as the evidence used to write history.
Come Visit the OMA and Share Your Stories! If you are interested in learning more about any of the histories shared in this guidebook, have a story of your own to add to the historical record, or are curious to find out what other stories within the archives are yet to be told, please contact the OMA!
OMA Location and Contact Information
OSU Libraries and Press Special Collections and Archives Research Center Reading Room, Valley Library, 5th Floor
Natalia Fernández OMA Curator and Archivist (541) 737–3653 email@example.com