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.
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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.
Elected officials and community leaders gathered Sunday in a warm spring rain to celebrate Oregon’s immigrant cultures and welcome new refugee families.
More than 100 people came out to testify before the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners on the 2017 budget. Two more hearings are planned.
United States citizens from 28 countries sworn in at naturalization ceremony at the Multnomah County Central Library.
Acompáñenos en la Biblioteca, para que aprenda cómo registrarse para votar así como el procedimiento que necesita llevar a cabo una vez que reciba su papeleta para votar.
Free voter education classes in Spanish and Somali will begin in April
County staff honor Oregon farmworkers and celebrate the life of workers-rights activist Cesar Chavez
A Speech by Alberto Moreno, executive director of the Oregon Latino Health Coalition, in celebration of farmworkers and the life of workers-rights activist Cesar Chavez