Portland, OR. Are you interested in supporting organizations in Oregon working on restorative justice, law enforcement reform and anti-racist initiatives? There are many options. You can learn more about these organizations in Oregon that are working on restorative justice, law enforcement reform and anti-racist initiatives. (Some have held gatherings like the Portland NAACP event on May 29th, pictured above called a  “Eulogy for Black America”.)

The list of organizations is dynamic and continues to grow but includes nonprofits like The Portland African American Leadership Forum which helps the black community build civic participation and leadership, as well as Urban League of Portland, which is one of Oregon’s oldest civil rights and social service organizations, empowering African-Americans and others to achieve equality in education, employment, health, economic security and quality of life.

Statewide

Metro Portland

Willamette Valley

Columbia River Gorge

Southern Oregon

Central Oregon

Eastern Oregon

To support the Minneapolis community, the Minneapolis Foundation has created the Fund for Safe Communities. 

*Thanks to the Oregon Community Foundation for compiling this list.