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Print Media & Websites

The Asian Reporter
A free weekly newspaper published on Tuesdays, covering Asian-related issues around the world for Asian communities in the Pacific Northwest.

ColorsNW is the only award-winning, multicultural publication in Seattle and surrounding areas. Monthly publication focuses on thought-provoking content ranging from business profiles, health issues, social justice, entertainment, and ethnic food reviews - offering fresh perspectives and news for and about people of color in the Northwest.

Confederated Tribes of the Grande Ronde
Find updates on services, projects, events, and employment opportunities

El Latino de Hoy
A free weekly newspaper published on Wednesdays.

The Portland Observer
Oregon’s oldest multicultural publication. Cost is fifty cents.

Out In Portland
The LGBT Insider’s Guide to making the most of your visit to Portland, OR.

The Skanner
A weekly newspaper published on Wednesday, dedicated to “Challenging people to shape a better future now.” Cost is twenty-five cents.

Smoke Signals
Smoke Signals is the independent Tribal newspaper of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. This channel features videos created by Smoke Signals staff to complement the newspaper's coverage of Tribal government, people, culture and issues.


El Rey
KRYP-FM 93.1
Stationed in Portland, OR 

La Campeona
KWIP 880
Stationed in Dallas, OR 

Radio Movimiento
KPCN-LP 95.9 FM; Woodburn, OR

La Pantera
KZXR 101.7 FM & KSND 95.1 FM
Stationed in Woodburn, OR

Willamette University

Office of Intercultural Engagement and Inclusion

Renjen Center - York Hall
900 State Street
Salem Oregon 97301 U.S.A.

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