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The Oscar-winning megastar has worked for years on pro-democracy causes.
The body of work, on display at the Russo Lee Gallery August 4-27, explores blackface, Oregon history, and our connotations with the American flag.
The DIY, volunteer-run, bare-as-you-dare, pro-community, anti-oil-dependency ride is a Portland classic.
Our state’s gun laws, gun violence, and what you can do about it.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is on Monday, Jan. 17, 2022. Here's where and how to volunteer for service throughout Portland, Oregon.
Activist Belinda Carroll has been shaking up Portland's comedy and gay scenes for years.
In the wake of the news from Texas, we talked to Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon Executive Director An Do to find out whether Oregonians should be concerned, and what they can do to help.
This weekend is going to get really hot. But you know what’s hotter? Helping others.
The three-year-old company is coming to Old Town.
A Kids Book About Anti-Asian Hate talks about what it means to be Asian American and how to use your voice to stand up to hatred.
“It’s about community, not competition,” says Aron Moxley of the Rice Bowl Posse.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Mxm Bloc works on food justice, equitable housing, health care, support, and education.
Gregory McKelvey, campaign manager for Sarah Ianaronne, has advice for Number 45.
Friends and neighbors of victims have rallied to create a nonprofit that "blankets the city with love."
The grocery has contributed more than 13,000 hours and millions of dollars to help Meals on Wheels People feed seniors for 20 years.
Light a Fire
We’ve extended our deadline for nominations to July 31 – get yours in now!
Portland Monthly Staff
Make Racism Wrong Again
If you're Mimi Adams, you fight the hate.
Meet Emmanuel Henreid, and his new project, Livin' in the Light.
At rallies and demonstrations, there's talk of universal preschool, tenants' rights, and more.
Black Lives Matter
The Black Resilience Fund has raised more than $500,000 to date, with thousands applying for help.