The Office of Intercultural Engagement and Inclusion subscribes to a number of magazines. Below is a list of magazines that students can browse during their free time.

Previous publications subscribed to:

  • The Hispanic Outlook
  • Hispanic Times
  • Orientation 2002
  • Colors
  • The Oregon Peaceworker
  • Ke Kuamo'o O Ke'elikolani


  • The Hybrid Culture (Yoshida Mitsukuni, Tanaka Ikko and Sesoko Tsune)
    What happened when East and West met.
  • How to Study and Other Skills for Success In College (James and Ellin Deese)
  • Hope: Helping Our Peers Effectively (Janet Molina)
    A manual dedicated to making peer groups more effective.
  • Facing Racism in Education (Nitza Hidalgo, Ceasar McDowell and Emilie Siddle)
  • The Disuniting of America: Reflections on a Multicultural Society (Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.)
    This book takes into consideration the melting pot of American culture and uses that to respond to the question, "What does it mean to be an American today?"
  • Dialogues for Diversity (Martin Kramer and Stephen Weiner)
  • Crossing the Great Divide, Can We Achieve Equity When Generation Y Goes to College? (Anthony Carnevale and Richard Fry)
  • 1999 Audit of Violence against Asian Pacific Americans
  • The Black Undergraduate (Alexander Astin)
  • The Black Perspective
  • Let Nobody Turn us Around (Manning Marable and Leith Mullings)
  • An African American Anthology
  • Lift Every Voice: Modernizing Disability Policies and Programs to Serve a Diverse Nation (National Council on Disability)
  • Majority Minority Relations (John E. Farley)
  • Martine's BIG Words: The Life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (Doreen Rappaport)
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Resource Guide
  • Minorities in Higher Education 2001-2002 (William B. Harvey)
  • Minorities on Campus: A Handbook for Enhancing Diversity (American Council on Education)
  • Native American Connections 2001 and 2002 Yearbook Directories


  • Millenium March For Equality: Four Part Series
  • The Politice of Love — In Black and White
    Mixed couples testify to the joys and strengths of their relationships, but also their pain and anxieties. They talk candidly of pressures from both races- including family, friends and frat brothers to stay with their own. Black and white students opposed to interracial dating argue about its political implications for race relations today.
  • A Question of Color
    The first documentary to confront "color consciousness" in the black community explores the devastating effect of a caste system based on how skin color, hair texture and facial features conform to a European ideal.
  • Color Adjustment
    This film confirms the observation by James Baldwin: The country's image of the Negro which hasn't very much to do with the Negro, has never failed to reflect with a kind of terrifying accuracy the state of mind of the country.
  • Ethnic Notions: Black People in White Minds
    This award winning documentary takes views on a disturbing voyage through American history tracing for the first time the evolution of the deeply rooted stereotypes which have fueled anti-black prejudice.
  • Race Against Prime Time
    This film scrutinizes the way television news represents African Americans.
  • Winds of Change: A Matter of Choice
    This film talks about the choices of young American Indians today to stay or move out of reservations and about some of the people who have made such choices.
  • America: A Cultural Mosaic
  • The Color Purple
    Based on Alice Walker's Pulitzer Prize winning novel the Color Purple.
  • Dream Worlds II: Desire, Sex, and Power in Music Video
    How do the images of popular culture influence how young women and men understand themselves and each other? This film raises critical questions and suggests new answers about the effect of music videos.
  • In The Spirit of Crazy Horse
  • I Will Fight No More Forever
    This is the heroic and tragic story of the Nez Perce Indians and their leader, Chief Joseph.
  • Prejudice
  • Turn Loose the Voices
  • Wrath of Grapes
  • Tres Vidas
  • New Harvest, Old Shame
  • Multicultural Forum: Voices From the Diverse Workforce
  • Snake Talk: Urgent Messages from the Mother
  • In Plain English: Students of Color at the University of Oregon speak out
  • Fisk Jubilee Singers
  • MLK Celebrations: 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1997
  • Jaime Escalante at Willamette University, 9/19/89
  • Hawaii Club Lu'au: 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003
  • Fireside Chat with Rev. James Lawson, 1/23/04
  • "I Have A Dream" Reflective Speeches, MLK Celebration 1/23/04


Willamette University

Office of Intercultural Engagement and Inclusion

Renjen Center - York Hall
900 State Street
Salem Oregon 97301 U.S.A.

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