Experts advise families to stay calm, learn about their rights, and prepare an emergency plan in case of deportation.
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Eugene Sadiki brings a message of hope to lessons of struggle
We are committed to our pursuit of a more equitable, inclusive and fair community, board says in statement Thursday
Gonzalo Aquino, who works with teens in juvenile detention, will speak at this Friday’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration
The County's Elections Voter Assistance Teams can help voters in their home, at the facility where they live, or at the local Elections Office.
Multnomah County Elections staff want immigrant citizens to know about resources in languages other than English
Este noviembre, Pedro Delgado va a participar en el proceso electoral por primera vez.
Local advocate says, if we know what's happening we can share the information with others.
Counselors, refugee resettlement staff and public servants came together this week for the state’s first refugee mental health conference
Newly arrived refugees often start their new lives with low-wage jobs. Participants in Catholic Charities’ cultural orientation class learn about community services and public assistance.
Police can scare newly arriving refugees. So Catholic Charities brought in a local officer who was once a refugee herself.
More than 1,000 come out for free screenings offered at Asian Health and Service Center's 15th annual health fair