A float sponsored by Portland’s Royal Rosarians, ambassadors of goodwill, salute first responders.
Good in the Hood organizers Shawn Penny (left) and Angie Harris.
Representatives of the Portland Observer, Oregon’s longest continuous minority-owned newspaper, march down Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Otha Tyler (from left), Alex Spearman, and Glenn Harper enjoy Good in the Hood festivities at Martin Luther King School Park.
Young people march in the Good in the Hood Parade in conjunction with Legacy Emanuel Hospital.
Malik Mathis (left) and Destiny Redmond of Multnomah County’s Healthy Birth Initiatives bring health information to the public at Good in the Hood.
A large group represents the Urban League of Portland at Saturday’s parade.
Portlanders Jeanette Carr (left) and Mildred Tarver at the bustling King School Park grounds for the 2018 festival.
Services and Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, & Transgender Elders, march with pride for the Good in the Hood parade.
Educational non-profit Self-Enhancement Inc. marches down Martin Luther King Blvd. for the annual Good in the Hood Festival parade.
Performers from Rose City Circus awe onlookers with their outfits, athletics, and performance.
Outstanding African American students representing Portland Public School’s 9th Annual Young, Gifted, and Black awards march for the parade.
Parade-goers young and old enjoy the sunny day as the parade route stretches along Martin Luther King Boulevard.
Two Portlanders, Eric and Emma, enjoying Saturday’s food, fun, and sun.
Emmanuel Temple’s congregation shows out for Saturday’s parade.
City Council candidate Jo Ann Hardesty greets Chonitia Smith at the Good in the Hood festival grounds.
Non-profit Door-To-Grace, an organization helping to cease child sex trafficking, shows out for the parade.
Local firefighters Brent Sheldon (from left), Eric Mann, Damon Simmons, Sultan Shabazz, Pete Straub, and Ted Mayes, enjoy the festivities.