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Portland progressives, stunned by the presidential election results, gathered at Revolution Hall Monday night to plot a path forward in the face of the nation’s conservative shift.

 

Overwhelming the venue’s 850-seat capacity, the overflow crowd cheered as Oregon’s Poet Continue Reading

As Portland’s population continues to grow, affordable housing is becoming more and more scarce.

This is especially true for families with incomes below 50 percent of the median family income (about $35,000 for a family of four). Safe, stable, affordable … Continue Reading

Homelessness in Portland, one of America’s most “livable” cities, is an emergency, according to Portland officials. What’s not clear is why the situation is only now being officially considered a crisis, when the number of people sleeping on Portland … Continue Reading

By Emily Neelon |

Let’s welcome everyone home to a good night’s sleep.

That’s the goal of Portland’s Welcome Home Coalition, a nonprofit organization working to provide all residents of the Portland metropolitan area with a safe place to … Continue Reading