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Portland’s Black community is relatively small—and yet, it certainly does not speak with a single voice.
Light a Fire
The fund has grown from a GoFundMe with a goal of $5,000 to a nonprofit that’s raised nearly $1.7 million for Black Portlanders.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Protests are expected to swell tonight. We have eyes on the ground.
Andrew Jankowski and Portland Monthly Staff
In this extended episode of Footnotes, Gabriel Granillo discusses how the sounds, chants, and music emanating from the protests in Portland.
Art is Resistance
How the music emanating from the nightly demonstrations is driving momentum and energizing the movement.