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Multnomah Youth Commission's Youth Against Violence Committee is looking for youth 13 to 21 to help prevent violence in our communities. Youth Against Violence will organize the 3rd Rob Ingram Youth Summit Against Violence for March 2014.READ MORE
The African American Alliance for Homeownership will hold the 15th annual African American Homeownership Fair from 10am -3 pm Saturday, Oct. 26, in the Legacy Emanuel Hospital atrium, 501 N. Graham St., Portland.READ MORE
Today, there's a consensus among experts in the scientific community not only that global warming is occurring, but that man-made climate change might not be reversible. Meanwhile our inept politicians continue to pass around the hot potato in the face of readily-observable phenomena like receding glaciers and the melting of the polar ice caps.
The Women of Vision Ministry at Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church will be holding the 5th annual "Be a Blessing" Giveaway this Saturday, Sept. 3 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the church, 3138 N. Vancouver Ave.
The showing includes only a small portion of the vast new archives of the church's artifacts that the Oregon Historical Society has collected and organized since its donation late last year. The archives, . . .
When economic times are hard, job seekers need to find out about all their options – especially women struggling to support their families. That's why Barbara Attridge, executive director and co-founder of Dress for Success Oregon wants more people to know about the full spectrum of the group's services, which are made available to women on a referral basis from local social service agencies and community programs ...