1. Print Media and Websites
  2. Radio

Print Media & Websites

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

The Capitol Forum
www.capitolforum.org 
Capitol Forum is a gay/lesbian nonprofit social service organization that has been serving the mid-Willamette Valley for 28 years.

ColorsNW
colorsnw.wordpress.com 
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.

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

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

Out In Portland
www.travelportland.com/plan-your-trip/lgbt-portland
The LGBT Insider’s Guide to making the most of your visit to Portland, OR.

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

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

Radio

El Rey
KRYP-FM 93.1
www.elreynetwork.com 
Stationed in Portland, OR 

La Campeona
KWIP 880
www.kwip.com 
Stationed in Dallas, OR 

Radio Movimiento
KPCN-LP 95.9 FM; Woodburn, OR
pcun.org/radio-movimiento

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

Willamette University

Office of Multicultural Affairs

Address
Renjen Center - York Hall
900 State Street
Salem Oregon 97301 U.S.A.
Phone
503-370-6265

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