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The State of Black Oregon was a report[http://www.ulpdx.org/StateofBlackOregon.html] released in 2009 by the [[Urban League of Portland]]. The report reveals social and economic disparities faced by the black population of Oregon, which includes Americans descending from Africa, the Caribbean, Brazil, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Haiti, or other Latin American nations.
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The State of Black Oregon was a report[http://www.ulpdx.org/StateofBlackOregon.html] released in 2009 by the [[Urban League of Portland]]. The report reveals social and economic disparities — such as in education, employment, health, criminal justice, and child and youth welfare — faced by the black population of Oregon, which includes Americans descending from Africa, the Caribbean, Brazil, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Haiti, or other Latin American nations.
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==Education==
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==Employment==
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==Health==
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==Criminal Justice==
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==Child and Youth Welfare==

Latest revision as of 19:47, 30 March 2011

The State of Black Oregon was a report[1] released in 2009 by the Urban League of Portland. The report reveals social and economic disparities — such as in education, employment, health, criminal justice, and child and youth welfare — faced by the black population of Oregon, which includes Americans descending from Africa, the Caribbean, Brazil, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Haiti, or other Latin American nations.

Education

Employment

Health

Criminal Justice

Child and Youth Welfare