The Portland Unity Museum

 The Portland Unity Museum is committed to the celebration of the history of human progress toward unity. We offer mobile trifold outreach exhibits and talks on various issues such as racial justice, local historical contributions toward unity, social justice, global peace, and the promotion of the oneness of humanity.
Maura Fox
Director
  • BA Degree - Portland State University - Education/Middle Eastern Studies 
  • Professional Educator - Portland Public Schools 
  • Assistant to Auxiliary Board of Protection, Baha’i Faith for Hmong-American Relations 
  • Head Archivist - Portland Baha’i Archives 
  • Oregon and Portland History Educator / Speaker
  • Member of Portland, Oregon Branch of NAACP
  • Equity Team Facilitator - Portland Public Schools
Nekicia Luckett
Curator
  • MAT Concordia University - Education
  • BS - University of Oregon Professional Educator - USA, Hong Kong, Macau
  • Facilitator / Speaker on Race Relations 
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Facilitator 
  • Social Justice Advocate for Youth 
  • Faculty Member - Anti-Racism Course, Wilmette Institute
Linda Zahl
Board Member
  •  Masters Degree in Adult Basic Education,
  • English as a Foreign Language Teacher in US, China, and Czech Republic
  • Exchange Student to Uruguay 
  • Iranian American ancestry 
  • Dedicated to the understanding between peoples

Available Presentations

Louis Gregory’s Race Unity trips to Portland, Oregon in 1922 
Martha Roots social justice trips to Portland, Oregon in 1923 
Beatrice Cannady’s accomplishments toward racial justice in Portland, Oregon from 1912 - 1936 
Combating Racism in Portland and Oregon from 1844 - 1930s 
Portland Chinese History - Discrimination and resistance 
The Correspondence between Mark Toby and Helen Bishop from the 1920s to 1950s 

     We are currently working on a traveling trifold exhibit of the history of diverse peoples of the St. John’s neighborhood in Portland, Oregon in collaboration with the St. John’s Historical Society. We are also collecting oral histories on the Persian families of Baha’i martyrs in Iran.
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