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#StandUpFG

#StandUpFG: Latinx Youth Activism in the Willamette Valley examines the circuitous roots and routes of Latinx youth activism in the Willamette Valley.

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October 2021 Newsletter

Inside this issue: #StandUpFG Opening Event October 23, Portland Textile Month Flags Symbolism Talk October 26, and Beaverton School District WE Award — and community events and updates.

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Social Media Takeover: The Immigrant Story

The Immigrant Story, an organization whose mission is to document and tell immigrants’ real-life stories, in order to promote empathy and advance an inclusive community. The Immigrant Story showcases snippets of their work and introduces some of the incredible people they have met along the way. 

This takeover occurred from September 20-25, 2021.

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Social Media Takeover: Dakota Yazzie

Dakota Yazzie is a multi-disciplinary artist currently living in Dewey, Arizona, in the midst of Apache territory. Dakota Yazzie explores their two loves in their creative life – art and music – and needs within each for collaboration, community, and storytelling.

This takeover occurred from September 6-11, 2021.

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September 2021 Newsletter

Inside this issue: When We Learn, We Grow: This IS Kalapuyan Land and DISplace Learning Materials; Untouchable Artifacts Curator’s Talk, and Second Year of our Values-Based Budget — and community events and updates.

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M(OP): DISplace

Shining light on the communities that flow between Hawai’i and the Pacific Northwest through artworks and historic and contemporary images.

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2021-22 FY Values-Driven Budget

When creating our 2021-22 fiscal year budget, Five Oaks Museum put our money behind our ethics by categorizing our expenses by our museum’s five values: Body, Land, Truth, Justice, and Community.

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