Free class series offered through Multnomah County libraries and area nonprofits help immigrant residents prepare for their naturalization exams and interviews.
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SummerWorks interns straddle two cultures and shape what it means to lead
Keeping a home in good condition and free of pests is important for people’s health. It helps avoid problems with the landlord, too.
Newly arriving refugees learned the basics of personal safety and hygiene in the third of a series of classes intended to introduce them to all aspects of life in the United States.
Many feel relieved when they step off a plane to safety, safe from whatever it was that caused them to flee. For many refugees, however, those feelings change.
People from across the world gathered at Catholic Charities for one in a series of classes meant to introduce newly arriving refugees to everything American
Every weekday during the summer, children and their parents gather for a free lunch and sports at the Wood Village Baptist Church.
Violence can tear people down. Poverty can leave them in tatters. Hardship can take a toll, but it can also seed courage and conviction. That’s the story of Cristabel Nichols.
The Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber hosted its annual job fair with employers from across the region, including Multnomah County
"Today we focus on strength and resiliency. The desire to learn and to grow and to balance the identity from where you were from, and the identity of where you are now.”
Neighbor gathered in Cully neighborhood to discuss air pollution and a fear that regulators have ignored this largely low-income immigrant community
Suad Mohamed is a library assistant at Capitol Hill Library and Multnomah County Library's only Somali-speaking employee.