Jury rules in favor of protester
Teressa Raiford was unanimously acquitted Thursday on a charge related to protesting the death of Micheal Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
Panama Papers reveal abuses
The United States is second only to Kenya for harboring these shell companies used to launder money and skirt their taxes.
‘Right to Return’ a good place to start
Fifty years ago, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and others led open housing marches in Chicago.
Second housing site for culturally competent alcohol recovery
Miracles Central Apartments is based on the Miracles Club Apartments, specializing in culturally competent recovery support for the African American community.
Jean Blocker passed on April 22, 2016.
The North/Northeast Business Association event will present merit awards to 12 local businesses and provide the community an opportunity say goodbye to Joice A. Taylor.
Understanding the ghosts from Oregon’s past provides important background for understanding fair housing issues today.
The plight of women has always been about finding her voice and through her voice finding herself and her freedom.
Portland awards $47 million for construction
The city expects to create 585 new affordable housing units, as well as preserving another 255 units through renovation.
Pathway 1,000 aims to fix troubled housing history
The goal is to have 100 new and affordable homes and commercial spaces built every year for the next 10 years, with many of them to be available for affordable home-ownership.
Artists outside dominant culture find their voices
Based on the experiences of playwright Qui Nyugen's parents, who immigrated to the U.S. as refugees in the mid-1970s, the play moves back and forth in time between Vietnam and their early years in the U.S.
Childs’ emphasis on children, seniors and the displaced
Childs understands the importance of properly representing communities of color and other disadvantaged populations.
Pop music icon had been battling the flu
Grammy award-winning artist Prince has died at the age of 57, according to the Associated Press and multiple reports.
Former slave led freedom movement
The leader of the Underground Railroad will replace the portrait of Andrew Jackson, the nation's seventh president and a slave owner, who will be pushed to the back of the bill.
The NW Film Center presents displacement in a historical fashion by screening Los Sures, a documentary about a drastically change New York City neighborhood.
The Fort Vancouver National Site will host a ceremony Saturday, April 23, that pays tribute to tribal ideals, honors tribal ancestors and helps heal old wounds.
See the re-released screening of Strange Victory at the NW Film Center's Whitsell Auditorium.
Author explores racial order
Activist and Princeton University professor Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor is visiting Portland to speak on racial politics.
April is Child Abuse Awareness Month and Communities for Safe Kids Impact NW and Cares NW planted pinwheels in support.