Ore. students explore their community for Black History Month

12/11/2012 | Oregonian (Portland), The

Grant High School in Portland, Ore., will start working during winter break on an oral history project for Black History Month. The school's students and others will interview school alumni who graduated before 1975 and will write the stories of the many changes in the community. The interactive project, which also includes the work of student artists and photographers, will be on display at the school in February.

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