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President Trump Has Reenergized Portland’s Protests
The crowds gathering outside downtown courthouses on July 18 and 19 were as large as any Portland has seen in the past month.
Amid Nightly Protests, Pipe Bombs Explode in Laurelhurst Park
“Two of these were thrown at us by a gentleman who disappeared back into the woods.”
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What Have Six Weeks of Portland Protests Wrought?
These nightly marches and confrontations with police have upended certainties about what can be accomplished in Oregon politics through protests.
Portland’s 8 o’Clock Curfew Allows Almost All Activities Besides Protests
The plan has drawn criticism because it may lead to “selective enforcement.”
Thousands March Through Portland Neighborhoods in Third Night of Protests
Sunday’s protests draw the largest crowds yet.
As Federal Police Withdraw, Portland Protests Take Newly Gentle Tone
Thursday and Friday nights mark the first time in more than two weeks that the three blocks surrounding the federal courthouse saw no tear gas.
This Portland Street Medic Has Documented His Experience at the Protests Through Striking Watercolor Paintings
Though much of his work vibrates with rage, he’s found equal inspiration in the community that’s formed around the demonstrations.
Portland’s George Floyd Protests Began as a Peaceful Vigil
Here are photos of how the evening began.
Groups and Individuals Active in Nightly Portland Protests File New Lawsuit Against Federal Agencies
Don’t Shoot Portland and the Wall of Moms allege the federal response violates protesters’ civil rights.
Portland Comedian and Musician Creme Brulee Has Become a Fixture of the Protests—Mostly By Dancing
Last week's Frontline Drumline was hardly the first time Christian Burke has danced between clouds of tear gas.