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Cooking Up Culinary Careers

E.D. Mondainé and his Teach Me to Fish nonprofit organization are cooking up a new venture following the success of ...

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Spring Break for Kids and Teens

Beaverton City Library will host more than a week of free events for kids and teens at the main library ...

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Active Fun for Spring Break

The Oregon Zoo’s spring break day camps return March 27-31.

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Battle of the Books

St. Andrew Nativity School students’ hard work paid off at the regional Battle of the Books competition this past week. ...

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Finalist for School Superintendent

An urban educator with an extensive record of success in turning around underperforming schools and helping students achieve high academic ...

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Black Voices Candidate's Forum

A Portland educator has organized a Black Voices Candidate’s Forum to bring people from the black community and other groups ...

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Build Better Futures

Local community leaders working to lift black and minority students to future careers and promising lives by helping them achieve ...

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Black Parents Initiative Builds Support

Mission draws hundreds of supporters and raises $146,000 for programs to help parents make healthy choices in a child’s first ...

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Eye on the School Board

An educator connected to the community has obtained a significant list of endorsements to launch a campaign to run for ...

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PCC Names New Board Chair

The Portland Community College Board of Directors Thursday named Kali Thorne-Ladd as chair of the board from her previous position ...

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Everybody Reads on Homelessness

Multnomah County Library’s Everybody Reads, the 15th annual community reading project, is underway with the library distributing thousands of copies ...

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Alarmed by Trump

As the nation transitions from its first black president to an incoming president-elect who ran his campaign on divisive and ...

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Counting on a Miracle

McCoy Academy, a non-profit private high school serving underserved students in Portland for more than a generation is facing closure.

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Constructing Hope in the Trades

Retired boxer and current construction business operator Ray Lampkin encourages members of the black community to look for job opportunities ...

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A Place for All People

Oregon Historical Society presents a commemorative poster exhibition, “A Place for All People: Introducing the National Museum of African American ...

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