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
Originally posted on https://lcctorch.com/the-torch-the-black-cultural-festival/
Note – I wrote the following essay for a WR 122 class and I decided to share it here. My
I tend to always allow the women in my life to take the lead. That could be because I grew
Reposted from Community College Daily. By Kevin Christian
By Chandlor Henderson As some of you know, I live in Eugene, Oregon. It’s not easy to find Black people,
I was fortunate to sit and talk with Dr. Bullard and be witness to his presentation. I was unaware of