12-10-2016  10:12 pm      •     

News Briefs

Below are fast-breaking news items.

 

Minoru Yasui, an Oregon attorney who fought laws targeting Japanese Americans and Japanese immigrant, is being honored in Portland on April 23, 2016. 

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The Genealogical Forum of Oregon will host an open house the week of April 9-17, with free access to GFO resources all week long. There will be free classes, book sales and discounts and help from genealogy experts. Class topics include beginning genealogy, American land records and newspaper research. For more information, including a full schedule of courses and events, visit GFO's website


On Thursday, April 7, Portland Mayoral candidates with will debate economic development for communities of color   

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First-ever project at the college to examine issues of social justice, race and racism by way of events and exhibits at PCC’s four campuses  

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The Portland Police Bureau reported a shooting at the 4700 block of NE 62nd Avenue on the morning of Thursday March 24 

Portland Police Bureau report three incidents of shootings between in space of 5 hours    

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Executive director says she will continue role through late 2016 

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Alzheimer’s Association offers support group in Kent, Wa 

Collection Scam Warning, Alzheimer’s Support Group, and more... 

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North Portland Library is holding several computer classes in March 

Mayoral Forum on Social Justice, KGW Great Food Drive, Computer Classes at the Library 

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Seattle’s Black History Month celebration, Journalism scholarships, International Children’s Park renaming, and more... 

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Social Justice Forum, OSAC scholarship, Dance teacher training and more... 

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