Paul Ortiz

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Paul Ortiz was born on 1964. Discover Paul Ortiz’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Ortiz is currently working on three new books: “Settler Colonialism and the ‘War on Terror’: 1492 to the Present,” which will be published by Beacon Press He is also co-editing a book on social movement history with Wesley Hogan of Duke University titled “Changing the System Now: People Power, History, and Organizing in the 21st Century,” which includes contributions by William Greider, Lane Windham, Ernie Cortes and other activist intellectuals. He is currently finishing a synthesis of the segregated South with William H. Chafe titled: “Behind the Veil: African Americans in the Age of Segregation, 1895-1965.”


Returning to the United States in 1987, Ortiz worked as a labor organizer with the United Farm Workers of Washington State during the 8-year boycott of Chateau Ste. Michelle Wines, which resulted in a union contract for vineyard workers in 1995 that remains in force to this day. During his time in graduate school at Duke University, Ortiz and Payne worked as volunteer organizers with the Farm Labor Organizing Committee during its Mt. Olive Pickle Boycott. This struggle resulted in a union contract for farm workers in North Carolina. Ortiz and Payne also served as board members of Student Action with Farmworkers during this time period.


Paul Ortiz (born 1964) is an American historian. Ortiz is a professor of history at the University of Florida and is Director of the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program.

Born in 1964, Paul Ortiz is a third-generation military veteran and a first-generation college graduate. Ortiz served as a paratrooper and radio operator, attaining the rank of sergeant, in the United States Army from 1982 to 1986 with the 82nd Airborne Division and the 7th Special Forces Group in Central America. He received the US Armed Forces’ Humanitarian Service Medal for meritorious action in the wake of the eruption of the Nevado del Ruiz stratovolcano in Tolima, Colombia, in November, 1985.


Ortiz has also published pieces on social movement icons such as Stetson Kennedy and Laura Dixie, an organizer of the 1956 Tallahassee Bus Boycott. Mrs. Dixie was known as “The Mother of the Movement” in Tallahassee.


Ortiz’s work on the 1920 Ocoee, Florida Election Day Massacre has been widely cited in academic and popular media.


Ortiz’s publications include Emancipation Betrayed (University of California Press) a history of the Black Freedom struggle in Florida, and Remembering Jim Crow: African Americans Tell About Life in the Jim Crow South (New Press). His book awards include the Lillian Smith Book Prize, the Harry T. and Harriett V. Moore Book Prize, and a PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Literary Award. His published essays appear in a wide array of publication venues and types, including Latino Studies, The Oral History Review, Radical History Review, Truthout, Against the Current, Southern Exposure, and popular press in writings about African American and Latino histories and politics. His essay on the radical black abolitionist Henry Highland Garnet (1815-1882) was published in Time Magazine online in 2018.