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Culture and Learning

An African dance troupe has a new program that integrates math and science education with traditional art and music, bringing ...

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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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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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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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The Minority Retort

A new monthly showcase of comedians of color is coming to northeast Portland.

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Changing the Narrative

Samiya Bashir is in the midst of writing her latest book and preparing for her next reading series.

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Arresting Power Documentary Hits Movie Screen

For many folks, learning about the racist history of Oregon comes with a long talk and a city of Portland ...

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Novel Available for “Everybody Reads”

The Multnomah County Library has just stocked thousands of copies of a debut novel by native Portland author Mitchell S. ...

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The Black Portlanders

One of Portland’s youngest and most talented artists sits in a corner of the Glyph Café and Artspace in the ...

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Riveting and Inspiring

What a treat, then, to watch “Selma”—and by a treat, I mean that I was riveted and inspired, and that ...