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Sep 28 2020 Been Here, Still Here Virtual Concert

Kick-off event for the Community Investment Plan!

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Oct 19 2020 Orientation Workshop

Meet the Community Investment Plan design team and learn about the Albina Vision.

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Nov 21 2020 Hustle Highlight

Learn about local micro Black-owned businesses and opportunities to support their work.

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Jun 19 2021 Juneteenth

Juneteenth, Emancipation Day, Freedom Day, whichever you call it, we're celebrating!
Juneteenth marks the anniversary of June 19, 1865, when Major General Gordon Granger read “General Order No. 3” in Galveston, Texas, declaring the liberation of those enslaved. Portland formal celebrations of Juneteenth are credited to Clara Peoples, the "Mother of Juneteenth" who started larger celebrations in 1945 while working at the Kaiser shipyard.

Join us virtually for the film festival highlighting the Black community in Portland.

Comcast, Northwest Film Center, ¿Por Qué No? Taquería, Portland Art Museum, Portland Bureau of Transportation, Umpqua Bank, U.S. Bank

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