Criminal forensics expert Dr. Ed Espinoza shares insight on the DeAutremont brothers.
Monikers left behind by Knights of the Road.
Visit Railroad Park in Medford, Oregon.
Ray DeAutremont was a member of the Wobblies, the International Workers of the World.
Charlotte Rutherford talks about the family collection donated to PSU Library.
Dian Jackson describes John Jackson’s early start in the civil rights movement.
Harry Jackson talks about his 35 years with the Portland Police Bureau.
Paul Knauls talks about being "Mayor of Northeast Portland."
Ron Herndon discusses Prof. Derrick Bell’s views on school desegregation.
Ron Herndon explains why The Front maintained its own security.
A follow-up conversation to Oregon Experience “Portland Civil Rights: Lift Ev’ry Voice"
If the achievements of the first Astorians were so significant, why don't we know more?
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