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Outdoors opportunities for people of color in Portland

These five fantastic local organizations are helping people of every culture, race and ethnicity experience the Pacific Northwest's natural beauty.

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Portland’s international restaurants

Eat your way through nine countries (Cuba, Korea, Ethiopia, Russia, Mexico, Sweden, Lebanon, Germany and Argentina) at Portland’s international restaurants.

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Multicultural murals of Portland

Portland’s murals serve as an introduction to the city’s rich multicultural history, as illustrated by some of the world’s most accomplished muralists.

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Music festivals in and near Portland

Looking for a tuneful way to enjoy your time in Portland? Get your tickets now for these exciting annual celebrations.

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Support Black Restaurant Days in Portland

These black-owned Portland eateries are featured during August's Support Black Restaurant Days, but they shine all year long.

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Soul’d Out Music Festival

Whether you’re a lifelong soul fan or a casual listener on the hunt for your new favorite band, Portland’s Soul’d Out Music Festival delivers.

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Portland food cart and café chains

Many of Portland’s most famous food carts also have brick-and-mortar restaurants — and vice versa. Discover the stories behind favorite cart-café chains.

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Portland Japanese Garden expansion

Cultural Crossing, completed in spring 2017, is the Portland Japanese Garden's first expansion since opening in 1963.

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A People’s History of Portland

Before Portland was known for Portlandia, bikes and brews, the foundations of the city were built by immigrant laborers. This zine introduces Portland’s immigrant and working class heroes, celebrating our city’s social activists and movements.

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Center for Contemporary Native Art

The Portland Art Museum's Center for Contemporary Native Art, opened in fall 2015, is devoted to showcasing the work of modern-day Native American artists.

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