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Carter worked for over 20 years in medical records at Best Kaiser Permanente and Providence St. Vincent’s

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 A vigil will be held 5 pm Sunday, Sept. 28 at Terry Schrunk Park in downtown Portland

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He was a member of the last official class of the Tuskegee Program that trained African American pilots for combat duty in the U. S. Army Air Corps during World War II

 

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Johnson was a teacher who taught diversity to all her students and was known for her classroom displays 

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The memorial service for James C. Crolley will be held on Saturday, June 14th, at 1:00 p.m. at Life Change Christian Center located at 3635 N Williams Ave, Portland, OR 97227.

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Services are scheduled for Wednesday, June 4. A master pianist of many disciplines, Scroggins wowed audiences with everything from Scott Joplin and Ray Charles to the Ten Grands tours and more

 

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Billy Frank Jr. had been a fierce and tireless champion for salmon, tribal sovereignty and the right of Northwest tribes to fish in their traditional waters

 

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Exonerated after serving 20 years for murders he did not commit, boxer Rubin Carter was a beacon of hope for the wrongly convicted

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She was passionate about making a difference in her community

 

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Herman McKinney, civil rights activist and a community leader in Seattle died April 11, aged 75

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