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The City of Portland, Oregon

Office of Equity and Human Rights

Realizing Equity. Enhancing the City of Portland.

Phone: 503-823-4433

Fax: 503-823-4420

421 SW 6th Avenue, Suite 500, Portland, OR 97204

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Community Research and Publications

The Portland African American Leadership Forum (PAALF) People’s Plan

The "plan serves as a powerful tool for research, organizing, and implementation. By viewing the community as the drivers of change, this project empowered the Portland Black community to assert their right to actively shape the city they live in." -PAALF

Communities of Color in Multnomah County: An Unsettling Profile

The Unsettling Profile Series by the Coalition of Communities of Color (CCC)

The African American Community in Multnomah County: An Unsettling Profile

The Unsettling Profile Series by the Coalition of Communities of Color (CCC)

The African Immigrant & Refugee Community in Multnomah County: An Unsettling Profile

The Unsettling Profile Series by the Coalition of Communities of Color (CCC)

The Asian & Pacific Islander Community in Multnomah County: An Unsettling Profile

The Unsettling Profile Series by the Coalition of Communities of Color (CCC)

The Latino Community in Multnomah County: An Unsettling Profile

The Unsettling Profile Series by the Coalition of Communities of Color (CCC)

The Native American Community in Multnomah County: An Unsettling Profile

The Unsettling Profile Series by the Coalition of Communities of Color (CCC)

The Slavic Community in Multnomah County: An Unsettling Profile

The Unsettling Profile Series by the Coalition of Communities of Color (CCC)

2017 Community Needs Assessment by the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO)

This report profiles the needs of immigrant and refugee communities in Oregon, particularly of those in the Portland metropolitan area.

2015 State of Black Oregon by the Urban League of Portland

The State of Black Oregon 2015, the result of a two-year program of research, provides an updated look at how Black Oregonians are doing – in schools, jobs, and both urban and rural communities throughout the state.