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Chandlor Henderson strolls through Lane Community College taking photos and enjoying the weather.

Sundays are for Yardy’s Chicken and Waffles!

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!

Black American Spring @ The Black Cultural Festival

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Old Friends in New Spaces / EIC Chandlor Henderson visits Portland for the day

(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

The Juneteenth Freedom Celebration in Eugene Oregon

By Chandlor Henderson Today I was fortunate to be able to attend and take photos at another bliggidy black event here in Eugene, Oregon. I tend to be naturally shy, and although I enjoy taking photos of people, it's usually just me and them. This event took me out of my comfort zone, which can … Continue reading The Juneteenth Freedom Celebration in Eugene Oregon

Diaspora Project ~ Diego

The Diaspora Project started as my final for a photography class a few terms ago. The original idea was to reach out to members of the black community in Eugene and ask each of them the same 5 questions, take their picture, and share the results. After discussing this idea with my classmates and friends, … Continue reading Diaspora Project ~ Diego