A grade-school musical offers educators and students a chance to reexamine history. An article by Marty Hughley with photos by Fred Joe
Claim: Summer 2017 | August 22, 2017
Conversations about appropriation sometimes miss the complexity of culture. An article by Zahir Janmohamed
As efforts to clean up Portland Harbor begin, the communities most affected by pollution see a chance to reconnect to the Willamette River. By Julia Rosen
Sal Sahme writes about finding his spiritual path as a boy on First Mesa.
Matthew Minicucci writes about searching for the origin of a tiny sliver of public land in Marion County.
The United States’ long history of turning citizens against one another. An excerpt from Joshua Reeves' Citizen Spies: The Long Rise of America’s Surveillance Society, reprinted with permission from New York University Press.