Daniel Zene Crowe: www.OregonsLawyer.org
1. What racial/cultural/ethnic identities do you claim?
Crowe – My Mom was adopted, so it’s pretty unclear where she came from. My Mom’s adoptive parents were German; my Dad’s family is Welsh, Scotch, and Irish.
However, as a Soldier, I worked alongside […]
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