Thursday, March 31
Religous freedom bills turn back the clock on discrimination
You cannot invoke a special right to deny another their rights as citizens.
Wednesday, March 30
New Seasons expands to University Park
New Seasons Market, the locally-grown chain of grocery outlets that puts a premium on fresh, healthy foods while giving back to the community, has expanded its reach by opening its third location in north Portland.
Encouraginge black self-love instead of self-hatred
Racial healing to stop white supremacy, racism and entitlement
Congratulations 3rd Grade HEAT boys
Win five straight to earn title
Trinity Lutheran celebrates
Setting goals pays off for Lady Tigers
Tuesday, March 29
Family and neighbors call for safety improvements
Hugs, tears and fond memories were shared for a long time member of the black community
Enrollment balancing fatal for most K-8s
Plan goes to school board for final approval
Minori 'Min' Yasui was a civil rights champion
His Act of civil disobedience made him a true hero
Community choir performs for Easter
60 kids participate in community-wide effort
Lola M. Carter
Wednesday, March 23
PCC wins support to build center on apprenticeship model
Project addresses manufacturing challenges through applied research and advanced technical training.
Making career connections
On Tuesday, April 5, job seekers will have the opportunity to meet face to face with recruiters from over 70 of the area’s most desirable employers at the Urban League of Portland Career Connections Job Fair.
NW Film Center event
Filmmaker will introduce the program
Tuesday, March 22
An American Mussolini
True to form, Trump blamed everybody but himself for this debacle.
Dancers represent past and present
Portland’s White Bird dance series brings Brazil’s world-acclaimed Grupo Corpo to the city for a performance that celebrates the group’s 40th anniversary.
Toxins fall after curbs by glass manufactures
New data from air and soil samples collected around Bullseye Glass Co. in southeast Portland and Uroboros in north Portland, as well as of soil samples collected at the Tubman school building site in north Portland, reveal there is no immediate or urgent public health risk under current conditions, state health officials say.
Presidential campaign comes to Portland and Vancouver
Vancouver has been historically overlooked during presidential campaigns, but not anymore
Ducks only Pac-12 team to advance at NCAAs
Regional Semifinal game takes place Thursday
Shooting disrupts peace near PCC campus
18-year-old male shoots another young man near sidewalk
Often there is no fair start
America, we believe, is a land where everyone gets a fair start and then rises or falls according to his or her own talent and industry. But if you’re poor, if you’re uneducated, if you’re black, if you’re Hispanic, if you’re a woman, there often is no fair start.
Thursday, March 17
Portland native hired at the University of the Pacific
Portland native and NBA Rookie of the Year Damon Stoudamire has been hired as the new coach at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, Calif.
Wednesday, March 16
Meet the team who serves the community
The Miracles Club, a non-alcoholic social club providing support services and housing in the African American community and its adjacent “A Heavenly Taste Café,” are reintroducing themselves after some recent changes.
Witness says suspect hurled gay slur at victim
Family thankful murder case is solved
Pilot program now underway
Lack of secure storage an enormous barrier for homeless people
Community support for music education
Non profit celebrates record in donations
Emerging Soul/R&B/hip hop group from Portland
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Tribe Mars and Popgogi
Sign ups taken for spring and summer
Camp activities geared to each age group
Tuesday, March 15
Youth take a stand in ‘Smoldering Fires’
Now playing at Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center
Oregon seeded No. 1 in West; OSU No. 7
A first for both teams playing in the same championship series
Using power to stay in power
Donald Trump is a tyrant in thin disguise
Measuring and Measuring Up
Problems demand solutions
Flag represented Mississippi in Walk of Flags
Oregon Legislative leaders first wanted to give the state of Mississippi a chance to change the flag on its own
Wednesday, March 9
White Bird brings Kyle Abraham to Portland
Blending modern dance with hip hop and urban street dance
Artists Rep production tackles prejudice, power and perspective
A conversation around race and equity and its relation to true history past and present
Students at SEI get close up look
TrackTown USA partners with SEI Academy and Oregon Convention Center
Casual and fun event for all ages
A free concert with the high-energy music of Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa
My Black History Month story
To be black is to be powerful
King students open art museum
Art museum created with the help of students and faculty in Portland State University School of Art and Design.
Tuesday, March 8
Lawmakers fail to close 'Charleston' loophole
Senate leaders block law to end Legislative session
Powerful play comes to Portland
Powerful one-man play told by York, the only black man on the Lewis and Clark Expedition, comes to Jefferson High School for two public performances this weekend.
Says Portland sets example of work ahead
President Obama's chief law enforcement official visits city
In Loving Memory
Dr. Alberta Phillips helped teen mothers and opened an alternative school
Service scheduled for Saturday
Thursday, March 3
Everybody Reads author to take Portland stage
The Book of Unknown Americans,” explores the lives of many different Latin American immigrants, making it a powerful choice for this shared reading experience.
Vigil held to help bring peace
28-year-old man was killed
Wednesday, March 2
Time runs out on nuisance complaint
Long time African American resident says complaints are harassment
America’s killer prisons
The American prison system is broken. I know that from first-hand experience
A way of life it has become
'Terrorized,' my poem in honor of Black History Month
Jewel Overton at the age of 93 was called home to rest
Tuesday, March 1
Wangechi Mutu to visit Northwest College of Art
Works by New York-based artist and Kenyan native Wangechi Mutu have achieved global acclaim for creating some of the most important contemporary African art of recent years.
Loretta Lynch is on community policing tour
Loretta E. Lynch has set a full schedule with stops at George Middle School the Blazers Boys and Girls Club.
New building will retain leader’s name
A resolution to retain the name of the Multnomah County Health Department headquarters in honor of Gladys McCoy.