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Sanctuary County

Multnomah County has reaffirmed its commitment to serving all residents regardless of immigration status by passing a resolution making it ...

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Drawing on Experience

Five of the 12 officers now overseeing campus security are people of color.

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Equity Pledge at TriMet

A new study showing racial disparities in fare enforcement at TriMet but no racial bias will lead to new efforts ...

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Staying Put

Hazelnut Grove residents continue to take actions to enhance their community for the long run

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Rebuilding Trust

Keeping African American roots alive on Alberta Street

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Bikes and Helmets for 400 Kids

The 21st annual Community Cycling Center Holiday Bike Drive at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center gave 400 children their first bicycles ...

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Victory Over Cancer Benefit

A new community gathering and celebration will help pay the lifesaving medical expenses of Pastor W.G. Hardy Jr. of the ...

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Scrapbook Selections

Clifford Walker is enjoying his retirement by remaining engaged in his community and making a difference in the direction of ...

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Construction begins on PDC-backed project

Construction has begun on Alberta Commons, a Portland Development Commission backed project to bring economic benefits to the heart of ...

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Supporting School Sanctuaries

Portland School Board Member Julie Esparza Brown has rallied and won support for a new school district policy to affirm ...

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The Wake of Vanport

For the first time, ‘The Wake of Vanport’ documentary made by local students with stories told by Vanport flood survivors ...

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Rattled by Trump

Thousands of people stunned by Donald Trump’s win in the presidential election set off on a week of daily protests.

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Trump Protest Turns Violent

A protest against Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election turned into a riot in downtown Portland late Thursday

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Life in Vanport

A new OPB one-hour documentary tells the story of Vanport, a city with roots for Portland's African American population.

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Arson Fire Displaces Families

Red Cross helps with temporary housing and food