SAT FEB 10: Papers: Stories of Undocumented Youth Graham Street Productions


Latino Network Volunteer Night
Since 1996, Latino Network has provided vital resources for Latinxs in Multnomah County, including early childhood services, arts and culture programming, leadership training, and more. Find out how you can help and best apply your skills at this open volunteer informational session. Latino Network, 410 NE 18th, 6-7:30 pm, FREE


Pioneering a Living Legacy: Shaping Our Vision for Diversity and Inclusion in the Labor Movement
Black History Month continues with a screening of Sista in the Brotherhood. Learn about issues affecting equity in the building and construction industry. A discussion with Dr. Roberta Hunte and Donna Hammond (IBEW 48) over light refreshments will follow. University of Oregon Portland, 70 NW Couch, 6-8:30 pm, FREE


Quanice Hayes Angelversary & Peaceful Protest
Two years ago, 17-year-old Quanice Hayes was killed by Portland police. Join Hayes’ family and the community for an afternoon of peaceful protest and mourning. Bring protest signs and photos of loved ones who have passed. Portland Police Bureau East Precinct, 737 SE 106th, 3-6 pm, FREE

Papers Screening and Know Your Rights Session
Dreamers—undocumented immigrants who arrived in the US as youth—all have unique stories. The 2009 documentary Papers seeks to highlight some of their struggles and journeys. Following the screening, SOAR Immigration Legal Services will host a bilingual breakout session about knowing your rights and family security. PCC Rock Creek Campus, 17705 NW Springville, 6-8:30 pm, FREE

That’s What She Said presents Heart Eyes: A Comedy Benefit Show for SAGE
Get ready to laugh with a lineup of hilarious queer feminist comedy whizzes like Kirsten Kuppenbender, Alejandra Ruiz, and Samhita Reddy at this comedy show that doubles as a benefit for LGBT elders. You might even snag a box of sugary Sweethearts if you show up on time. Siren Theater, 315 NW Davis, 7-10 pm, $10


Civil Rights, Then and Now: 1960s and 1970s Civil Rights Leaders
The past paves the way for the future and the fight for civil rights is no exception. Learn the history of Oregon’s civil rights movement, and how it compares to today. Panelists include former Black Panther Percy Hampton, photographer Intisar Abioto, and more. Oregon Historical Society, 1200 SW Park, 2-3:30 pm, FREE

Do You Know Who You’re Sleeping Next To?
If you binge MTV dating shows or its classier predecessors, this is the event for you. This Newlywed Game-style show celebrates all forms of love and will include drag performances and a silent auction. All proceeds benefit Pride Northwest. Darcelle’s, 208 NW 3rd, 7-11 pm, $10 suggested donation


Resistance Forums: Multnomah County Commissioner District 2
You can now spend every Tuesday evening in February at community forums with electoral candidates in different venues around the city. Hear from candidates Maria Garcia, Susheela Jayapal, Bruce Broussard, Sharon Maxwell, and Charles McGee at this week’s installment presented by the DSA, Oregon Working Families Party, and other important organizations. Portsmouth Union Church, 4775 N Lombard, 6-8 pm, FREE

Boogies & Brews
Put on a pair of your favorite creepers or a polka dot pinup dress for an evening of rockabilly and blues, featuring Imperial 5. Admission includes two beer tickets, unlimited snacks and soft drinks, and the comfort of giving to the excellent cause of Dress for Success Oregon! Lagunitas Community Room, 237 NE Broadway, 6-8 pm, $15

Crossing Over: Transgender People of Color
Race Talks will host a panel discussion with Alexxis Woods, Adem Cardona, and Peter Dakota about the intersections of race and trans, gender non-conforming, and nonbinary identities, and what we can do to create safer, inclusive communities. The event will be recorded for those who aren’t able to attend. McMenamins Kennedy School, 5736 NE 33rd, 6:45-9:15 pm, FREE

Voices of the Homeless: a Panel Discussion
Conversations around homelessness often exclude the direct input of people who are experiencing or have experienced housing insecurity. This forum will re-center those voices and explore solutions for addressing houselessness in Portland from those most affected. Multnomah County Building, 501 SE Hawthorne, 7- 8:30 pm, FREE


Portland Radio Project
Portland is a hotbed for excellent community-run radio stations. At Portland Radio Project (PRP), you can count on a steady rotation of blues, jazz, and rock with a local featured every 15 minutes. Since 2013, listeners have been able to stream online at, and since 2015 on local radio dials at 99.1 FM.
Opportunities and commitment: While tabling at local events is always necessary, social media skills and marketing support is PRP’s top need. Learn how to edit audio, produce podcasts, and use Wordpress. College students may be eligible for academic credit and, as a nice incentive, PRP offers 30 percent commission for volunteers who can help develop revenue. Email questions to Rebecca Webb at rebecca [at] prp [dot] fm or sign up at