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HGP Scholarship Winners 2019
11/29/2019
Emily Anderson, Lily Beeson-Norwitz, Lana al-Hahim

These are the presentations by the HGP Scholarship winners for 2019. The topic is "#MeToo" and "Black Lives Matter". The winners were: Emily Anderson, Lily Beeson-Norwitz, and Lana al-Hahim. The dates of the presentations were:  July 21, 2019,  July 28, 2019,  and  September 1, 2019.

HGP Scholarship Winner 2019 Q&A
11/28/2019
Lily Beeson-Norwitz

This is an extended Q&A that followed Lily Beeson-Norwitz's July 28 presentation on "#MeToo" and "Black Lives Matter".

Stories of Trees: A Look at Portland’s Canopy
11/03/2019
David-Paul B. Hedberg

In Portland no tree is accidental. David-Paul B. Hedberg discusses why individuals replanted the city named Stumptown in their own vision. Mr. Hedberg is an environmental historian and a member of the Oregon State Heritage Tree Program. His research centers around local history and human influence on landscapes.

Tattoos and Archives
10/27/2019
Terry Baxter

Terry Baxter discusses non-traditional archives and how they can restructure our world. Archives point to how we define ourselves as a species. But archives need to be interpreted so as to help make the world a better place. Mr. Baxter has been an archivist for 34 years. He works with Multnomah County and with the Oregon Country Fair. In 2019 he was named a Distinguished Fellow of the Society of American Archivists.

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