Multicultural Portland

  • A shopper models handcrafted accessories at the Last Thursday art walk.

    African American Portland

    With a diverse range of organizations and businesses, Portland's African American community provides visitors with resources and a friendly welcome.

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  • Lantern viewing during the Chinese New Year celebration at Lan Su Chinese Garden

    Chinese American Portland

    From 1880 to 1910 Portland’s Chinatown was second in size only to San Francisco’s. Today, the growing Chinese population is spread throughout the city, as are a variety of Chinese-owned businesses, Chinese schools and activities.

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  • Portland's Cinco de Mayo Fiesta is North America's largest.

    Hispanic American Portland

    Oregon's growing Hispanic population is concentrated in the Portland region and offers rich resources for visitors.

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  • The Japanese American Historical Plaza in Waterfront Park

    Japanese American Portland

    Japanese American culture is woven into Portland, from the serene Portland Japanese Garden to Waterfront Park's Japanese American Historical Plaza.

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  • The Delta Park Pow Wow and Encampment in North Portland

    Native American Portland

    Portland’s urban Native community is descended from more than 380 tribes, and there are nine sovereign Native American nations located throughout Oregon.

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