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Adults who are 65 and older, and most people who are eligible for vaccines in Phase 1A in the Portland metro area, will no longer be directed to the chatbot to schedule appointmentsREAD MORE
“Juneteenth,” observed on June 19, commemorates the end of slavery in the United StatesREAD MORE
The Washington Policy Center's Vice President for Research, Paul Guppy today released a study on the billREAD MORE
The Northwest African American Museum (NAAM), in Seattle, Washington, is launching a call for artist applications and a social media contest to select a local Black artistREAD MORE
Goalsetter uses digital platforms to engage youth and help them better understand financial well-being, while saving for their futureREAD MORE
Justice Adrienne Nelson became the first Black justice of the Oregon Supreme Court in 2018 and the first Black woman elected statewide in Oregon.
The online program panel judges include Justice Adrienne Nelson, the first Black justice of the Oregon Supreme Court and the first Black woman elected statewide in Oregon.READ MORE
The facility is the first-ever academic center of its kind to assemble, educate and empower a new class of Black entrepreneurial talent.READ MORE
Seattle-based Virginia Mason Franciscan Health has invited 100 students to take part in the virtual event, which aims to inspire Black students to pursue careers in medicineREAD MORE
Summer programming is designed around COVID-19 safety. The free lunch program will be offered, as well as outdoor day camps, and many other activities.READ MORE
Free copies of the book are available at all library locations while supplies lastREAD MORE