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NORTHWEST NEWS

Hank Willis Thomas Exhibit Opens at Portland Art Museum

One of the most important conceptual artists of our time, his works examine the representation of race and the politics of visual culture

Grocery Workers Union Ratifies Contract with Stores

The United Food and Commercial Workers Union has agreed a three-year contract for stores in Oregon and Southwest Washington

PCC Weighing Community Input on Workforce Training Center, Affordable Housing in Cully

Portland Community College is compiling the results of door-to-door and online surveys

Lawsuit Filed Against Hilton Hotels in “Calling His Mother While Black” Discrimination Case

Jermaine Massey was ousted from the DoubleTree Hotel in Portland where he was a guest and forced to find lodging at around midnight

NEWS BRIEFS

Protesters Rally in Ashland to Demand 'Impeach Trump Now'

Activists are rallying in Ashland Sunday Oct, 13 to demand impeachment proceedings ...

Black Women Help Kick off Sustainable Building Week

The event will be held at Portland’s first and only “green building” owned and operated by African-American women ...

Voter Registration Deadline for the November Special Election is Oct. 15 

The Special Election in Multnomah County will be held on Nov. 5, 2019 ...

Franklin High School’s Mercedes Muñoz Named Oregon Teacher of the Year

In a letter of recommendation, Muñoz was referred to as “a force of nurture.” ...

Founder of Black Panther Challenge Creates Brand To Support Mental Health

The launch comes during Mental Health Awareness Week. The creators say they want people around the world to know that they aren’t...

Oregon woman dies in head-on crash on Seward Highway

SEWARD, Alaska (AP) — An Oregon woman died in a weekend head-on crash on the Seward Highway.Alaska State Troopers say 39-year-old Wendy Cox died at Mile 66. Her hometown was not immediately released.Troopers say roads at around 8 a.m. Saturday were slick and icy.Cox was driving a sport...

Oregon may allow BYO food containers in stores, restaurants

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon may soon allow customers to bring their own reusable food containers to grocery stores and restaurants in an effort to curb plastic waste.The Statesman Journal reports that's not currently allowed under U.S. Food and Drug Administration rules, which Oregon has...

Bryant bounces back to lead Missouri over Mississippi

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Last week, when he heard a pop in his left knee after being hit low, Missouri quarterback Kelly Bryant briefly saw his college football career pass before his eyes. The injury wasn't as bad as it looked, and Bryant played like his old self in a 38-27 victory over...

Missouri out to stop Ole Miss ground game in SEC matchup

Ole Miss coach Matt Luke has watched every game Missouri has played this season, and he was no doubt excited by the way Wyoming ran wild against the Tigers in their season opener.It should have portended good things for the Rebels' own vaunted rushing attack.But the more Luke looked at the video,...

OPINION

“Hell No!” That Is My Message to Those Who Would Divide Us 

Upon release from the South African jail, Nelson Mandela told UAW Local 600 members “It is you who have made the United States of America a superpower, a leader of the world" ...

Rep. Janelle Bynum Issues Response to the Latest Statement from Clackamas Town Center

State legislator questions official response after daughter questioned for ‘loitering’ in parking lot ...

Why Would HUD Gut Its Own Disparate Impact Rule?

"You can’t expand housing rights by limiting civil protections. The ’D’ in HUD doesn’t stand for ‘Discrimination’" ...

Despite U.S. Open Loss, Serena Williams Is Still the Greatest of All Time

Serena Williams lost her bid for what would have been her sixth U.S. Open Singles title ...

AFRICAN AMERICANS IN THE NEWS

Ole Miss honors student wears blackface, prompts warning

OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — A University of Mississippi honors student has reported himself to the college for posting a photo online of him wearing blackface, prompting the school to issue a warning about costumes.Citing a school email, news outlets report the student told the college he...

Census Bureau seeks state data, including citizenship info

The U.S. Census Bureau is asking states for drivers' license records that typically include citizenship data and has made a new request for information on recipients of government assistance, alarming some civil rights advocates.The two approaches, documented by The Associated Press, come amid...

Queen Latifah to receive Harvard black culture award

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Music artist and actress Queen Latifah is among the honorees being recognized by Harvard University this year for their contributions to black history and culture.Harvard is set to award the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal to Queen Latifah and six other recipients on Oct. 22,...

ENTERTAINMENT

Trump calls for Spicer votes on 'Dancing with the Stars'

LOS ANGELES (AP) — President Donald Trump is trying to influence votes on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."Trump on Monday tweeted that viewers should vote for former White House press secretary Sean Spicer. The president called Spicer a "good guy" and wrote "he has always been there for...

Queen Latifah to receive Harvard black culture award

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Music artist and actress Queen Latifah is among the honorees being recognized by Harvard University this year for their contributions to black history and culture.Harvard is set to award the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal to Queen Latifah and six other recipients on Oct. 22,...

Book by Fusion GPS founders coming out next month

NEW YORK (AP) — The co-founders of a political research firm behind allegations about President Donald Trump's ties to Russia have a book coming out next month.Random House announced Monday that "Crime in Progress: Inside the Steele Dossier and the Fusion GPS Investigation of Donald Trump"...

U.S. & WORLD NEWS

In 'Jojo Rabbit,' Waititi attempts his boldest balancing act

TORONTO (AP) — It's just a few hours before "Jojo Rabbit" will make its world premiere and writer-director...

Hong Kong police say homemade bomb targeted officers

HONG KONG (AP) — A homemade, remote-controlled bomb intended to "kill or to harm" riot control officers was...

White House: Trump to watch violent parody, 'condemns it'

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House says President Donald Trump has yet to watch a graphically violent parody...

Haiti's embattled president faces 5th week of protests

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti's embattled president faced a fifth week of protests on Monday as road...

Trump says he'll look into case after Fox appearance

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump says he'll "be looking into" the case of a U.S. financial adviser...

Hong Kong police say homemade bomb targeted officers

HONG KONG (AP) — A homemade, remote-controlled bomb intended to "kill or to harm" riot control officers was...

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By The Skanner News

Adding to its list of free computer classes and labs, the Sabin CDC last week hosted a class at its six-station Learning Lab for community training located in at 4608 NE Martin L. King Jr. Blvd.
Pictured here, front to back, Joice A. Taylor, with Global Management Strategies and N/NE Business Association; Harvey Rice, an instructor for seniors with Sabin Computer Lab; Charlie Kraft, with FPI Management which operates McCoy Village, and Sabin staff member Monica Galvan.
This past summer The Skanner News promoted the Sabin Community Development Corporation's summer launch of free computer labs serving the House of Umoja and the Youth Employment Center.
For more information check out next week's street issue of The Skanner, and come on over to www.TheSkanner.com every day for breaking news, movies, commentary and more.
Current classes range from video production and technology to small business planning and introduction to web basics for seniors, teens and anyone in between.
For a class schedule or to sign up for a class, please call Sabin's community outreach coordinator at 503-287-3496, extension 25.
Sabin CDC's free computer labs include:
Sabin CDC Learning Lab and Open Community Computer Stations at Reflections Coffee and Books, 446 NE Killingsworth St., 503-288-4070
North/Northeast Business Association/Sabin CDC [email protected] Learning Lab, 4606 Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Suite A, 503-445-1321
Fuel Cafe/NNEBA/Sabin CDC Open Community Computer Stations, 1452 NE Alberta St., 503-335-3835
Sabin Community Development Corporation Open Community Computer Station, 1488 NE Alberta St., 503-287-3496
Youth Employment Institute/Sabin CDC Youth Learning Lab, 1626 NE Alberta St., 503-282-3296.

For more information on Sabin CDCs classes, go to http://sabincdc.org/ 

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