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"Those who have no record of what their forebears have accomplished lose the inspiration which comes from the teaching of biography and history.


These are the poignant words of Carter G. Woodson, who founded Negro History Week in 1926. Woodson created an additional bit of Black history in his own right -- he entered high school at the age of 20, graduated in two years and went on to earn a Ph.D. from Harvard University.


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Company's outreach will target women-, minority-owned firms

Kaiser Permanente is launching an outreach and mentoring program to help minority contractors…


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New group aims to protect all Oregonians from discrimination

SALEM— Gov. Ted Kulongoski has signed an executive order establishing the state's first…


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Community members interested in combating hunger are invited to join Ecumenical Ministries of…


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SALEM—Gov. Ted Kulongoski has launched a summer internship program for underrepresented…


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The startling problem of modern-day trafficking in human beings is the subject of the next Portland…


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Child Watch

"Those who have no record of what their forebears have accomplished lose the inspiration…


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Reginald McPherson & Robert 'Sleepy' Williams

Reginald McPherson was born on May 15, 1954 to Elmer McPherson and Josephine Richardson. He died on…


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The Clara Vista Townhomesin Northeast Portland's Cully neighborhood opened this month.The $8…


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Trail Blazer Sebastian Telfair will be disciplined for violating National Basketball league and…


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