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Exploring Hate in Moving Play

Clackamas Community College is welcoming the community to a local performance of the eye-opening play, “The Laramie Project.”

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Window into Oppression

Gorgeous, poetic, pointed, and profound, this story of a small African community's experience of jihad manages to tell a political ...

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Competition Heats Up!

Who will win Portland's August Wilson monologue competition and move on to Broadway finals in New York?

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We Need a Revolution

Portland will get up close to a popular hip hop group known for confronting social justice issues and embracing Pan-Africanism ...

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African Marimba Concert

Put on your dancing shoes and come hear six marimba bands play high-energy music from Zimbabwe and South Africa for ...

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Counterpoint to the Oscars

Judge Darleen Ortega eschews the whitest Oscar's in recent history and chooses her own top 10 of year.

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Selma puts Lens to our Past, Present and Future

The movie Selma is a story about the power of people.

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World in Focus

Judge Darleen Ortega goes through what's hot and what's not at the 38th Portland International Film Festival.

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Black History at the Hollywood

The Hollywood Theatre opens a three week series of black films for Black History Monty, concentrating this year on the ...

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It’s Time for Hollywood to Act Like Diversity Matters

For the first time since 1998, the stage has been set for our nation to celebrate its least diverse Oscars.

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Savoring Cultures and Perspectives

Every February, I travel the world--and so can you, or virtually so, because the Portland International Film Festival offers the ...

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Lessons in Conflict

Portland Community College's Cascade Festival of African Films is going local.

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Gents N’ Jazz at Alberta Rose

Alberta Rose Theater is set to bring together some of Portland and Seattle’s most talented musicians and vocalists.

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Growing up Black

You’re invited to join author Renée Watson for the launch of her new book, “This Side of Home.”

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Homeless Youth Stories

A new performance is hitting Portland this weekend. “Maybe It’s Because…(I’m So Versatile)” is a performance piece written and performed ...

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