In the wee hours of a Sunday morning in November 1988, an Ethiopian immigrant was killed—and the city’s self-image as a tolerant place was shattered.
Engedaw Berhanu says he will always remember the night his nephew, Mulugeta Seraw, was murdered.
It’s been 30 years since one of the bleakest moments in Portland’s history. It doesn’t seem so long ago.
Elinor Langer knows about the murder of Mulugeta Seraw as well as anyone. She lived with it for over a decade.
Oregon has long lagged behind the national average for household income. New data shows that’s over.
A heavy Portland police presence has succeeded in keeping the warring protest groups apart in the past.
Roger Stone—the former political advisor to Richard Nixon and Donald Trump who has been called a “boastful black prince of Republican sleaze”—feared for his life in coming to speak at the Dorchester Conference in Salem last weekend.
The choice Oregon voters may soon face: protect undocumented immigrants, or help ICE?