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Aaron Campbell Vigil Planned

Albina Ministerial Alliance Coalition for Justice and Police Reform hosts Saturday gathering.

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Film Screens with Call to Action

The community is invited to see the injustice and consider the solutions behind a new trend making African American girls ...

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Annual MLK Protest Fills Street

Marching to advance civil rights and fight racism, gun violence and discrimination

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Music Video Leads to Firearm Charges

Glorifying firearms in video leads to arrests

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Death Penalty Drama Hits Movie Theaters

A dedicated prison warden has her faith in the justice system strained in “Clemency,” a new film now showing in ...

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Settlement in Jason Washington Shooting Death

Portland State University settles with family of Jason Washington, a black father, U.S. postal worker and Navy veteran from Portland ...

Chief Outlaw Leaving; Deputy Promoted

Outlaw to head Philadelphia police department.

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Street Banners Honor History, Culture

Art project by two noted black artists installed along Northeast Holladay in vicinity of Oregon Convention Center and new Hyatt ...

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55 Shots of Gunfire at Party

A woman was hospitalized after being shot at a party Friday night where police say more than 55 shots were ...

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Trump Charged with Abuse and Obstruction

Articles cite abuse of power and obstruction of Congress

Gun Control Petition Recharged

Local leaders determined to get gun control on November ballot.

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New Approach to Homeless

The city of Portland is trying a new approach to helping the city’s homeless population by stressing compassion and crisis ...

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New Leader for Black Parent Initiative

Bahia Overton, a children’s advocate with deep experience in the field of social work and serving community-based organizations, is the ...

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Arrested for Northeast Portland Arson

Suspect tied to dozens of fires around Portland

Justice Disparities Persist

New study shows blacks 8.3 times more likely to be jailed

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