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Everything’s Good in the Hood

Community unites for parade and festival

6/28/2016, 1:57 p.m.
The Good in the Hood Festival brought the community together for yet another fun year.
Nikki Brown Clown bonds with a youth over a cute selfie. Ric Rare

The Portland Observer team proudly represents our title as the oldest running minority newspaper in Oregon.

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The Portland Observer team proudly represents our title as the oldest running minority newspaper in Oregon.

Portland’s Royal Rosarians adorn a floral float at Saturday’s parade to spread good cheer as the city’s official greeters and ambassadors of goodwill.

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Portland’s Royal Rosarians adorn a floral float at Saturday’s parade to spread good cheer as the city’s official greeters and ambassadors of goodwill.

The Oregon Ducks mascot interacts with youth along Saturday’s parade route.

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The Oregon Ducks mascot interacts with youth along Saturday’s parade route.

Miracles Club members and advocates foster a supportive, sober environment for the community.

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Miracles Club members and advocates foster a supportive, sober environment for the community.

The King Sun School Drill Team joyfully participates in the community-based Good in the Hood parade.

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The King Sun School Drill Team joyfully participates in the community-based Good in the Hood parade.

The Portland Teachers Program celebrates its efforts at recruiting and preparing teachers from historically underrepresented cultures for the classroom.

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The Portland Teachers Program celebrates its efforts at recruiting and preparing teachers from historically underrepresented cultures for the classroom.

A livened and youthful performance shook up the Good in the Hood festivities.

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A livened and youthful performance shook up the Good in the Hood festivities.

Nikki Brown Clown bonds with a youth over a cute selfie.

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Nikki Brown Clown bonds with a youth over a cute selfie.