Originally posted on The Torch In 1834 John Kirk Townsend, a naturalist at the time, said of the Kalapuya, “probably there does now exist one, where, five years ago, there were a hundred Indians.” By Chandlor Henderson Slides credited to Dr. Tom Connolly (Director of Archaeological Research, UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History) The … Continue reading We Stand on the Shoulders of Giants
Chandlor Henderson strolls through Lane Community College taking photos and enjoying the weather.
L-R Chandlor Henderson; Alison Helzer. Taken with Polaroid.
By Chandlor Henderson University of Oregon Assistant Professor Kate Kelp-Stebbins and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Fine Art want to ask a critical question: What is comics journalism? Through an exhibit opening Sep. 24 they invite you to ask the same question. Raised in Berkeley, California Kelp-Stebbins has always been immersed in journalism and art. … Continue reading Art + News = Something Beautiful
One of the first things I saw this morning was Yardy’s post about chicken and waffles. I decided, today is the day I treat myself. I try to get up there as often as possible, but my wife and I are busy so this is our chance! I’m very excited. The anticipation is building! Come … Continue reading Sundays are for Yardy’s Chicken and Waffles!
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Elotes are bomb yo Vegan tamales Local artist Alison Helzer getting down on some elotes EIC Chandlor Henderson is a messy weirdo
Dave Eggers 2013 Note - I wrote the following essay for a WR 122 class and I decided to share it here. My thoughts on The Circle are complicated, as I feel it is a good book, but a terrible movie. Which bring up a good point about the story in general and how social … Continue reading Book Reviews – The Circle
(L) Mrs. Henderson (R) Ms. Brown I tend to always allow the women in my life to take the lead. That could be because I grew up in a home with a single mother. It could also be a little bit of my own fears of failure. But for whatever reason it feels normal to … Continue reading Old Friends in New Spaces / EIC Chandlor Henderson visits Portland for the day
Reposted from Community College Daily. By Kevin Christian https://www.ccdaily.com/2021/07/men-of-color-share-stories-of-persistence-success/ Written by Kevin Christian / Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at American Association of Community Colleges Please donate to Black American Spring if you can. Thank you. Your contribution is appreciated.DonateMake a monthly donationYour contribution is appreciated.Donate monthlyMake a yearly donationYour contribution is appreciated.Donate yearly