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Eugene: Latino Professionals Connect: Eugene Emeralds August 13

Latino Professionals Connect has a special VIP event planned! Come watch the National League Champions Eugene Emeralds also known as Los Monarcas de Eugene play against Vancouver, Wash. Join for an evening of networking and entertainment. Please RSVP.

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Beaverton: Night Market August 17

The Beaverton Night Market aims to create a vibrant, intercultural, family-friendly space that is reminiscent of night markets internationally. The Market offers a culturally-relevant evening activity and gathering space with ethnic food and crafts for families of all backgrounds in Beaverton.

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Portland: Street Roots Street Party August 17

The Exchange is a multi-cultural day market than brings together food, art and performances from a wide spectrum of our community. This event supports local vendors of color and their respective crafts with a mission to make meaningful connections across perceived differences to create more vibrant communities. This is a free event.

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Corvallis: “Let’s Talk About Race” Presentation by Melissa Sampson-Grier August 21

Join the Equity Inclusion Committee for their August meeting featuring a presentation by Melissa Sampson-Grier. Melissa currently works for the Department of Human Services – Office of Child Welfare Programs as the Cross Systems & Equity Coordinator. In her role, she leads the racial equity efforts for child welfare. She guides leadership and staff from across the state on a journey toward equity by establishing safe spaces for dialogue, on-going learning and networking.

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Portland: Low-Income Fare Enrollment Event September 7

You may be able to ride TriMet for less. If you’re 18-64 years old, an Oregon resident, make less than double the federal poverty level and are not already using Honored Citizen fares, you can ride for up to 72% less with TriMet’s reduced fare for low-income riders. Come find the TriMet tent at Portland State University’s Urban Plaza and sign up for reduced fares. See if you qualify at trimet.org/lowincome

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