A live conversation with the author of American War and What Strange Paradise.
We're now accepting proposals for Community Storytelling Fellowships. We’re looking for three people who belong to communities that are underrepresented in Oregon media to share stories from those communities in our magazine and other publications in 2022.
A conversation with Leah Sottile, an Oregon journalist who has done in-depth reporting on extremist right-wing movements in the western United States. We'll talk about how fringe religious and political movements have grown and gained political power in the western United States.
A conversation with 2018 Emerging Journalists, Community Stories fellow Caitlyn May and Les Zaitz, her mentor for the fellowship, on the challenges and rewards of working as a journalist in rural communities in Oregon.
A conversation with 2018 Emerging Journalists, Community Stories fellow Emilly Prado and Inara Verzemnieks, her mentor for the fellowship, on questions of representation and responsibility in writing about immigration.
A conversation with 2018 Emerging Journalists, Community Stories fellow Intisar Abioto and Kimberly A. C. Wilson, her mentor for the fellowship, on celebrating Black presence and creativity in Oregon.
Oregon Humanities’ 2018–19 Think & Drink series examines themes of journalism and justice.