An article explaining redlining and its effects in Portland. (Published August 25, 2014, A follow up on “Consumers and state misled” article from the Oregonian in 1990)
· The Oregon Experience’s documentary “Portland Civil Rights: Lift Ev’ry Voice”, About how a cultural hub was transformed as a result of an urban renewal project in the 1960’s
This map shows the locations of African American businesses that used to exist on N Williams Ave.
This report states that Portland has seen the most gentrification in the past century in the U.S. Portland is compared to other cities accost the U.S.
The Portland African American Leadership Forum discusses the definition of gentrification and how it has effected the city, such as previous plans to build a Trader Joe's in a NE neighborhood. (Callers also add to the conversation by providing their opinions)
"The report is a roadmap to address longstanding inequities in employment, education, housing, health, criminal justice and wealth creation – and to pave the way for success." -from link above