We are working to keep you informed on what we are doing to advance the state of Black Oregon
Our Rapid Rehousing Program is helping three households per month move from homelessness to housing through our comprehensive housing placement work. Our most vulnerable community members are quickly provided supportive services that eliminate the toughest barriers to securing housing.
Brown Jackson would bring significant experience to America’s highest court
The Urban League of Portland, a Community-Based, Not-for-Profit Organization is soliciting bids from a proposer or proposers qualified to provide Clinical Supervision Consulting Services.
Join Urban League of Portland in our online, virtual celebration this year on our social media channels.
Only 31% of Black Oregonians are homeowners, and nearly as many -- 27% -- live below the poverty line.
The new pilot program, called the Financial Empowerment Collaborative (FEC), will foster financial empowerment in Portland’s Black community and provide solid pathways for participants on their path to financial and housing stability and wealth creation.
We thank Senator Merkley for doing his due diligence, for unequivocally stating that Black Lives Matter, and standing on principle in his opposition to the nomination of former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to serve as the ambassador to Japan.
A recent juvenile justice reform bill excluded hundreds of people facing long prison sentences for crimes they committed before they turned 18. Gov. Kate Brown’s clemency order will allow some of them a second chance.