We must remember and share those stories of struggle and resilience so our country and world are not defined by hate and its darkest moments. Museums have that power—to uplift, educate, and inspire people to… Read More »Lynn Fuchigami Parks Recognized for Outstanding Leadership
Beatrice Stevens, Ally at Home By Marie Hashimoto Photo courtesy of Urban League of Portland Records, 1945-2008 (MSS UrbanLeague), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon. In conjunction with the August… Read More »Beatrice Stevens, Ally at Home
Updated April 2023: ACTION ALERT! Deadline Extended Submit comments to the BLM by April 20 The Bureau of Land Management is accepting comments on their Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Lava Ridge Wind Project.… Read More »Protect Minidoka from Proposed Lava Ridge Wind Farm
What’s next for the Portland Expo Center? Originally published August 2022; updated October 15, 2022. The Portland Expo Center, a site of great significance to a number of different communities, will be undergoing some major… Read More »What’s next for the Portland Expo Center?
A look back at the history of Obon in Portland, Oregon Obon is a Japanese and Japanese American Buddhist summertime festival for celebrating one’s ancestors with Bon Odori (dances), lanterns, and food offerings at temples… Read More »A look back at the history of Obon in Portland, Oregon
JAMO Joins Central PDX Cultural Partners April 2022 Within easy access of downtown, Portland has a rich array of intimate cultural and historical institutions. The Central PDX Cultural Partners invite you to explore the Architectural… Read More »JAMO Joins Central PDX Cultural Partners