Get involved in the work of advancing social and racial justice. Learn about issues and initiatives of the NAACP Portland 1120 Branch. Meet officers and leaders of various committees, and learn of ways to engage in the work of the Portland NAACP.
Current Portland NAACP members and others interested in learning more about the NAACP are welcome to attend. Stop by anytime between 8:30 and 11:30am to network with community members.
No cost to attend; donations are welcome. Membership information will be available. Held at the Eliot e-mat Café, 2808 NE MLK.
You can donate to the campaign to save the three Eastmoreland Sequoias that Vic Remmers seeks to tear down (you know Vic, he’s responsible for the King Street Lofts, and he owns more property along MLK that he intends to use to strip-mine wealth and cultural capital from, to line his own pockets with), via the Friends of Trees website.
[Friends of Trees is at 3117 NE MLK. If you’re driving down MLK, look for the trees.]
For those with patience and fortitude, here is one full hour of street preaching at MLK & Lombard:
McCoy Plumbing closed its MLK showroom about a year and a half ago, having spent 94 years on Union Avenue/MLK Boulevard, in several locations:
Haugen Automotive, opened in 1922, remains a family-owned business and is now the oldest shop on MLK: