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Urban League Job Fair to engage, educate and empower

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.

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Arresting Power Director Shares Short Works

NW Film Center event

Filmmaker will introduce the program

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Calls for Violence are No Joke

An American Mussolini

True to form, Trump blamed everybody but himself for this debacle.

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Afro-Brazilian Movement

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.

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Monitoring Finds Lower Health Risks

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.

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Crowds Pack Sanders Rally; Clinton visits for Hillary

Presidential campaign comes to Portland and Vancouver

Vancouver has been historically overlooked during presidential campaigns, but not anymore

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Oregon to Face Powerhouse Duke

Ducks only Pac-12 team to advance at NCAAs

Regional Semifinal game takes place Thursday

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Gang Team Investigates

Shooting disrupts peace near PCC campus

18-year-old male shoots another young man near sidewalk

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Illustrating the Aspects of American Inequality

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.

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Stoudamire Named Head Coach

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.

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Rebuilding Lives at the Miracles Club

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.

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1982 Cold Case Solved

Witness says suspect hurled gay slur at victim

Family thankful murder case is solved

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City Opens Storage for Homeless

Pilot program now underway

Lack of secure storage an enormous barrier for homeless people

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Cultural Trust Improves Lives

Community support for music education

Non profit celebrates record in donations

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Old School Meets New School

Emerging Soul/R&B/hip hop group from Portland

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Tribe Mars and Popgogi

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Zoo Camps Connect Kids with Nature

Sign ups taken for spring and summer

Camp activities geared to each age group

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Against the Odds

Youth take a stand in ‘Smoldering Fires’

Now playing at Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center

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Ducks, Beavers are NCAA Bound

Oregon seeded No. 1 in West; OSU No. 7

A first for both teams playing in the same championship series

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Donald Trump — From One Tyrant to Another

Using power to stay in power

Donald Trump is a tyrant in thin disguise

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Fighting racism in Multnomah County’s justice system

Measuring and Measuring Up

Problems demand solutions

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