Owe: Spring 2018

True Costs

Editor's note

Expanding East

Oregon Humanities partners with Rosewood Initiative and Alder College to offer Humanity in Perspective courses in East Portland.

Spreading the Conversation

Facilitators trained in Oregon are starting conversations around the country.

Emerging Journalists, Community Stories

A new fellowship program pairs promising journalists with Pulitzer Prize finalists to explore Oregon stories.

Responding to Community Needs

Oregon Humanities grants support timely programs across the state.

Exchange and Change

From the Director

Albina Rising

A group in Portland is working to undo the harm of urban renewal and heal the wounds of a community.

White Man's Territory

The exclusionary intent behind the 1850 Donation Land Act.

Never Paid in Full

What Holocaust reparations can teach us about seemingly immeasurable debts

Becoming Asian

Exploring the roots of race and the model minority myth

"It's Just a Beer"

Unspoken contracts between men and women

Buying Time

A single mom wonders what we owe our children.

Posts

Readers write about Owe

Read. Talk. Think.

Things that make you say O. Hm.

Croppings: Strange Narratives

Jamila Clarke at Chehalem Cultural Center