“Ecosystems are so similar to human societies—they’re built on relationships. The stronger those are, the more resilient the system.” – Dr. Suzanne Simard (Finding The Mother Tree)
- Honoring the land and
Seeding Justice is building a collective power by transforming philanthropy and funding movements, in the pursuit of justice and liberation for all communities.
Meet Jamie Drakos, host of NW Honky Tonk! ✨ Every Tuesday from 7-9 pm you can find her on air spinning old country, modern Americana and Roots music that builds on the traditional music of the many cultures … Continue Reading
For the month of July, we’re honoring the unique experiences and mental health challenges of Black and Indigenous individuals and their communities. The wide spectrum of experience by BIPOC for race-based discrimination can have a variety of detrimental psychological impacts … Continue Reading
Ken Wilson, Commissioner and CEO of Portland’s Women’s Collegiate Softball League, spoke with us during our newest Community Voices spotlight. This league is about opportunity, inclusion and…having some fun!
The primary goal of the WCSL is to provide an … Continue Reading
UPDATE (7/7/2022): We got a chance to chat with Willie in our latest episode of Community Voices – take a listen below (and stick around til the end and hear “Our River” by Lewi Longmire)Continue Reading
Patrick was inspired to start volunteering with the station after meeting Michele Van Kleef, an … Continue Reading
Meet Brooke Carlson, host of Petit Dejeuner Club here at PRP. Brooke started volunteering with the station in the summer of 2021 when she moved to Portland and heard PRP for the first time the old-school way, on the … Continue Reading
For over 60 years, The Alano Club of Portland has been a leading source of recovery support in our community. The Alano Club offers a variety of recovery resources which has typically included large scale sober social events. Due to … Continue Reading
The Oregon Historical Society hosts Brave in the Attempt, a traveling exhibit featuring 50 years of Special Olympics Oregon memories and mementos with an open house on Saturday, May 21 from 10:00am to 1:00pm.
The traveling exhibit is sponsored by … Continue Reading
Every year during the month of May, we celebrate Asians and Pacific Islanders and their contributions to American culture. This month was specifically chosen to commemorate the arrival of the first Japanese immigrants to the United States on May 7,
Founded in 1982, PassinArt is the longest-producing African American theatre in Oregon providing an artistic platform for African American artists and artists of color to showcase their work.
2022 marks 40 years of this non-profit 501(c)3 producing mainstage productions, theatrical … Continue Reading
Ready to get down for a great cause? Join us on December 15th at 8 p.m. for Grooving for the Give Guide, a benefit concert for three Portland-based music nonprofits.
We are thrilled to team up with two Give … Continue Reading