Photography: Looking Back at 35 Years of The Skanner News
January 14, 2010
At right, Charles Williamson, 16, gets a hand from then-City Commissioner Earl Blumenauer in building a storage unit for Charles’ bedroom at the House of Umoja in 1991. Photo by John Klicker
The late Lou Boston, left, in front of City Hall, showing some of the repairs his firm will undertake on Sept. 22, 1995. Photo by Shelly Heilweil.
Then-President George H. W. Bush holds up a souvenir of his tour at Self Enhancement Inc., which he named one of the “1000 Points of Light” in the early 1990s. Photo by Dean Guernsey
Portland/Multnomah County Census 2000 Crew Leader Elijah Hasan talks with Pereace Woods in front of her home. Photo by Julie Keefe
Educator Richard Luccetti looks on as Shakema Jones reads a book to LaTanya Neal at Albina Head Start in February, 1998. Photo by Julie Keefe
The Rev. John Jackson, who inspired The Skanner News Publisher Bernie Foster to hold the first-ever Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast in 1986.