02-24-2018  8:03 pm      •     

Northwest News

(image: Sue Sapp) 

Water bureau is implementing strategy by 2022 to lower lead levels

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Early totals show 64 percent of voters approved bond for repairs and facility upgrades

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"Leaving Home" poster (Courtesy of Outside the Frame) 

Outside the Frame hosts its annual gala at The Armory Nov. 13

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(ZabMilenko at English Wikipedia) 

A group promoting white supremacy has been placing posters around Southern Oregon for months

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A new map shows census tracts that may be harder to count in the 2020 decennial census count. Tracts with higher populations of people of color – including tracts in East Multnomah County – may be at particular risk, researchers say. Captured from http://www.censushardtocountmaps2020.us/. 

Research notes ‘hard-to-count’ communities could be hard hit by flattened Census funding

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A new report unveils the tough barriers faced by children of color and those of immigrant families

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Grant includes $750,000 for culturally specific programming

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Photo by Christen McCurdy 

Joey Jones helps keep remote communication networks secure

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Joyce Harris (Courtesy of Northwest Education) 

Oct. 28 marks the official revival of the largest congregation of Black women in more than two decades

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“This will happen again,” Erious Johnson told OPB's Think Out Loud

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