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Young, Gifted and Brown fosters community through dance in Portland

Local group Young, Gifted and Brown (YGB) brings Portland's communities together through dance.

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Tender Table: A Portland pop-up series shares stories about family and food

Portland’s Tender Table event series features performances and snacks by women and gender-nonbinary people of color.

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One family at the heart of Portland’s Lebanese food scene

Meet the family behind beloved eateries Nicholas, Ya Hala and World Foods Market, and discover how they helped build Portland's Lebanese food scene.

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Meet the woman behind Portland’s She Shreds magazine

Local publication She Shreds is shaking up the music industry as the world’s only magazine dedicated to women guitarists and bassists.

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My People’s Market spotlights local entrepreneurs of color

My People’s Market showcases local entrepreneurs and makers of color, connecting them with industry professionals and consumers.

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Soak It Up: Hot Springs Around Portland

Winter in Portland means plenty of rain, which is the perfect weather for fully appreciating a steamy dip in one of Portland's nearby hot springs.

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7 great Latinx-owned eateries in Portland

Portland is home to plenty of authentic eateries from every corner of Latin America. Read on for some of the best Latinx-owned eateries in Portland.

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Portland designers of color

Ready to upgrade your wardrobe, Portland-style? Turn heads with the latest fashions from these celebrated Portland designers of color.

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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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