We wanted to know how to support our Muslim and Arab-American friends and neighbors. Here’s what we heard.
MultCo Global News
The Multnomah Youth Commission brought together community leaders and youth advocates to train teens on their immigration rights
Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners holds first of three public hearings on 2018 budget.
Families and friends gathered as residents were sworn as U.S. citizens at a ceremony at Multnomah County’s Central Library
Investigación sobre la hepatitis A - abril del 2017
The Protecting Sensitive Locations Act would codify, expand guidance on hospitals, churches, schools
Have you thanked a farm worker today, asks PCUN cofounder Ramón Ramírez
The county will invest $100,000 in nonprofits offering workshops and legal aid to immigrant and refugee residents
County votes to join national network of governments and nonprofits working to make immigrants, refugees feel welcome
El fiscal del distrito del condado, el sheriff, las comisionados y la jueza presidente emiten una declaración sobre las actividades del ICE en los juzgados del condado de Multnomah
The region’s only walk-in free tutoring program to help adults with everything from practicing English to obtaining a GED.
Two-day train-the-trainer course prepares community members for emergencies