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The Ethnic Studies Student Association currently organizes and leads outreach events for the OSU student body. This group currently focuses on issues like advocacy, representation, equality, and policy throughout the academic year. In 2013, we attended the National Association of Ethnic Studies conference in Oakland, California.
Come join us to take your Ethnic Studies education one step further or to gain new perspectives and experiences.
We invite everyone to be part of this organization and to connect with other active students.
Developers hired three Indigenous historians to help revamp the iconic educational computer game
Oregon’s beauty is not just rooted in its incredible landscape, it is the roots themselves that hold treasures.
‘Maps can tell the tribal story, not just that of the conquerors.’
On Tuesday, November 3, the Board of Commissioners proclaimed November 2020 as Native American Heritage Month in Washington County.