Urban Indian

Urban Indian: Tommy Orange’s Book Affirms Urban Indian Identity

December 12, 2019

Hawe, my name is Lena Tinker. I am a member of the Eagle Clan in the Osage Nation. My grandfather is...

Urban Indian

Urban Indian: A Reflection on Thanksgiving

December 12, 2019

Thanksgiving is known for its traditions of turkey, mashed potatoes, and arguments with relatives. T...

Portland Students and Activists Converge to Build Consent Culture

By Mirabella Miller, Editor in Chief

January 15, 2019

Over the last few months, students, activists, and organizations from all over the Portland community had been working toward a common goal: hosting an event that educates about the importance of consent culture and how to achieve it. The result of countless hours of preparation and planning was the Consent Convergence on Nov....

Slipping through Society’s Fingers

By Sophie Weir, Reporter

March 20, 2017

Slavery: The very definition of human injustice and oppression. The enemy of freedom and basic rights. An atrocity of the past that has long been left behind. Or has it? In fact, slavery is very much alive today, taking countless forms. Child soldiers, sex trafficking, and forced labor all fit under the umbrella term “m...

The Standing Rock Sioux protest for their rights to land and water

The Standing Rock Sioux protest for their rights to land and water

September 26, 2016

Thousands of people are shaping history as they continue to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline, a $3.5...

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