Demonstrators protest Trump administration policy that enables federal agents to separate undocumented migrant children from their parents at the border on June 5, 2018. Scott Olson / Getty Images

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20

Immigrant Rights Is a Care Issue
Immigrants and their children comprise 27 percent of the US population, and one in four care workers is an immigrant. This workshop led by Oregon CareWorks will focus on supporting immigrant care workers and receivers through education on rights if confronted by ICE and suggestions for how to best advocate for others. Oregon CareWorks, 6401 SE Foster, 6-7:30 pm, FREE

World Refugee Day: Mourn, Pray, Love, and Take Action
Come together on World Refugee Day by taking vigil, listening to speakers, and surrounding yourself with community. Hear refugees, DACA and TPS recipients, and asylees share their personal journeys and learn what you can do to show support for their continued safety. Terry D. Schrunk Plaza, 364 SW Madison, 6-8 pm, FREE


THURSDAY, JUNE 21

Portland Pickles’ Breast Cancer Awareness Night: Pink Out
In 1996, 29 breast cancer survivors were called upon to join a dragon boat team in Portland, inspired by the teams of blind paddlers on the Willamette. Each year the team, known as the Pink Phoenix, invites other survivors to paddle and raise awareness of breast cancer and research efforts. Grab a seat at this special Portland Pickles game in a showdown against the Gresham GreyWolves and in support of Pink Phoenix. Walker Stadium, 4601 SE 92nd, 7-10 pm, $10


SATURDAY, JUNE 23

The Gay Oregon Pageant 2018
The Imperial Sovereign Rose Court (ISRC) established a court tradition for drag queens in 1958, crowned their first Mr. Gay Oregon in 1968, and officially registered as a nonprofit in 1970, making this Oregon’s oldest LGBTQ nonprofit corporation. Celebrate a new trio of royalty and help raise money for several local organizations at the affair’s silent auction which benefits Educate Ya, Rainbow Youth, Transponder, and more. Adrianna Hill Grand Ballroom, 918 SW Yamhill, 5-10 pm, $30


SUNDAY, JUNE 24

Ten Percent Day for Pueblo Unido PDX at Food Fight!
Stock up on veggie jerky, soft-serve vegan ice cream, and much more at either location of Food Fight! grocery, while supporting Pueblo Unido PDX. This organization supports East County community members facing deportation by offering and connecting clients in need with legal services at no cost. The grassroots group recently established its official nonprofit status after a year of significant successes. Food Fight! Grocery, 11155 NE Halsey & 1217 SE Stark, 9 am-8 pm, FREE

Great American Yellow Beer Festival (GAYBF)
Calling all Portlanders who are afraid to admit they hate hops! Partake in a beer-tasting session exclusively focused on pilsners and lagers as hosted by the Florida Room and rejoice in the fact that you’re no longer alone. Better yet, all proceeds benefit the Q Center. Admission grants you one glass and two craft beers or four macro brewery tickets. The Florida Room, 435 N Killingsworth, noon-6 pm, $10

A Place Called Home: From Vanport to Albina
If you missed the incredible Vanport Mosaic Festival this year, you have another chance to immerse yourself in history at this free oral history documentary screening. Following the short films, Vanport descendent and artist Velynn Brown will perform poetry and engage in a facilitated dialogue with Race Talks founder and Vanport descendent Donna Maxey. North Portland Library, 512 N Killingsworth, 3-4:30 pm, FREE

One Tail at a Time’s Haute Dog Fashion Show
Dress in your best finery for the annual haute dog fashion show in support of no-kill shelter One Tail at a Time PDX, where the pups are the real stars. Chow down on vegan hot dogs with musical entertainment from SPF666, get amped with a pre-show performance by Kaj-anne Pepper, and sip your fair share of swill. Dogs. Drag. Dress-up. Drinks. Need we say more? Victoria, 4835 N Albina, 3-6 pm, FREE


MONDAY, JUNE 25

Speak Out for Accessibility in Public Transit & Housing
In May 2018, approximately 100 activists, elders, people with disabilities, and TriMet LIFT drivers attended a hearing presented to the Portland Area Workers’ Rights Board outlining the organization’s labor and human rights violations. Portland Jobs with Justice, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 757, and Real Choice Initiative invite drivers and passengers alike to speak out about their experiences anew. Food, ASL interpretation, and childcare provided. SEIU Local, 6401 SE Foster, 6-8 pm, FREE

Clinton Street Resistance Series Presents To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar
Enjoy a screening of the cult classic To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar in support of Prism Health—a local, affirming, safe, and culturally-responsive center supporting all members of the LGBTQ+ community by providing access to quality health care. Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton, 7-9 pm, $5


TUESDAY, JUNE 26

Free Renters’ Rights Workshop (English/Español)
Learn all about renters’ rights and how to navigate conversations with landlords about deposits, repairs, evictions, and more as a renter at this bilingual workshop hosted in partnership with several local nonprofits. Aprenda todo sobre derechos para inquilinos y cómo navegar conversaciones sobre depósitos, reparaciones, desalojos y más con dueños en este taller bilingüe organizado en asociación con varias organizaciones locales sin fines de lucro. The Rosewood Initiative, 16126 SE Stark, 6-8 pm, FREE