No place in Portland has endured gun violence like Hazelwood.
The 10-book series by Joy Hakim, A History of US, was listed in 2010 among Oregon’s Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy.
The complaint gives a narrative of what happened on the late summer evening in the Mill Park neighborhood.
On Monday night, a rowdy crowd drove into the restaurant parking lot. Miguel Ángel Mijangos Rodríguez tells WW they were racing their cars and screeching their tires.
From shootings to sexual assault, Black people are greatly overrepresented as victims of violent crime—and that’s just crime that gets reported.
22 people have lost their lives to gun violence in Portland in 2021.
That means all three of the state’s major public universities have made shots a prerequisite for returning to campus.
Not only are Black youths drastically overrepresented in detention centers, but they also spend the most time there.
Hours before a virtual rally to raise awareness of recent pedestrian fatalities on 82nd Avenue, ODOT announced its plans to lower the speed limit on that road.
So will Oregon State University. No word from University of Oregon.
“Prisons and the criminal legal system are designed to control and dominate certain populations.”
For 11 months, traffic safety advocates and the city of Portland have been asking state officials to lower the speed limit on a 5.5-mile stretch of 82nd Avenue.
“Black women’s hair is 3.4 times more likely to be perceived as unprofessional.”
The COVID-19 pandemic can be added to the list of traumatic experiences.
The bill passed 50-5 and now awaits a Senate vote.