Readers write about Carry
A commencement ceremony to celebrate the graduating Humanity in Perspective class.
A Chinese American woman searches for belonging in the country of her grandparents. An essay by Jessica Yen
Hope and a history of tragedy live together in a Cowlitz woman's son. An essay by Christine Dupres
Mothers give advice to their daughters about living bravely in an unsafe world in this film produced by Sika Stanton for Oregon Humanities.
Illustrating the systems that move salmon, waste, traffic, and legislation
Novelist Laila Lalami on moving between languages to find her voice
Copping out at an uptown slumber party. An essay by Dionisia Morales
Torn between the pull of family and the pull of home. An essay by Gail Wells
Talking about Ferguson, feminism, and filling out forms with Oregon Humanities magazine contributors
Bitch Media cofounder Andi Zeisler wonders if feminism's pop-culture cachet has doomed the movement.
Photographer Jim Lommasson collaborates with war veterans on a gallery exhibit and book project that look at life for soldiers after returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Coming of age during the hopeful days of American space exploration. An essay by Dmae Roberts
When it comes to attention-getting spectacles, God is no longer the only game in town. An essay by Dan DeWeese
M. Allen Cunningham sorts through our landscape of scandal, show, and distraction
Pendleton has built its identity around a dogged loyalty to tradition. An essay by Sarah Mirk
Intel's resident futurist, Brian David Johnson, on how the steampunk culture offers clues to building a better tomorrow
For sports fans, it's more than just a game. An essay by Guy Maynard
The community that hip hop built in Portland. An article by Walidah Imarisha
Rilke would never have understood the current desire to merge commerce and creativity. An essay by M. Allen Cunningham