07-22-2017  3:48 am      •     

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Research report recommends improving Portland’s social and physical infrastructure to ensure the city can thrive after a disaster instead of only survive

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Public can learn more, ask questions, speak with project experts

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Photo courtesy of Portland Parks & Recreation 

Portland Community Gardens program donates over 31,000 pounds of food to local hunger relief agencies

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Up to $100,000 in scholarships will be awarded to African-American students pursuing agriculture-related studies

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City of Seattle and New American Economy Release Data on the Positive Impacts of Foreign-Born Residents in Seattle and Call for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

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Club releases recommendations based on recent reports

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Panel of entertainment professionals wants to help empower participants

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Rev. Dr. William Barber II, President of the North Carolina NAACP  

NAACP board cites racially discriminatory gerrymandering and voter suppression laws as key reasons for economic boycott

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"Ku Klux Sphinx" by James Pate 

This free exhibit focuses on youth and gun violence in our communities

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This issue celebrates women in Black history

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