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Susheela Jayapal has worked as an attorney and a champion for women, communities of color
The officials were sworn in during a historic ceremony on Thursday.
A candlelit walk and vigil on Winter Solstice honors those who live and die on area streets.
Outreach workers rely on community donations to do their work. A remarkably mild winter, so far, has left outreach workers with fewer donated blankets, even though the need for gear is just as strong.
Gov. Brown toured the shelter — the only one east of César E. Chávez Boulevard just for women — to highlight the record level of homelessness and housing investments in her proposed budget.
The Gateway Center for Domestic Violence serves nearly 4,000 domestic violence survivors annually.
The shelter will provide nighttime accommodations from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. daily through April 30, 2019. The Joint Office is funding the shelter as part of its annual commitment to add seasonal beds.
Project hitting goals for apprenticeship, female workers, men of color
To learn how and where to donate crucial life-saving winter gear — or to train as a volunteer during a severe-weather warming center — go to 211info.org/donations.
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday heard important updates on the progress of the Diane Wade House — an Afrocentric, transitional housing program for women.
The traditional “topping out” ceremony marked another major milestone in the long-awaited project to replace the county’s century-old downtown courthouse.
Gladys McCoy standard adopted, adding to County strategy to increase equity.
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- Multnomah County employees, Commissioner Stegmann celebrate Asian Pacific Heritage Month
- Multnomah County Elections assists voters with disabilities or voters who need help in their native language
- Shelter opened at Mt. Hood Community College for Warrendale, Dodson evacuees
- Answers to your questions about ash and other fire-related issues
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