Winter is coming and with it, a slew of awesome holiday markets from organizations around the Northwest!

From Northwest Asian Weekly (by Jason Cruz) – In print and online, a new annual magazine highlights the lives and stories of Filipinos in the Northwest.

Photos by Elijah Hasan, Intisar Abioto

From Oregon Humanities (by Intisar Abioto) – An excerpt from Intisar Abioto’s “Black Mark, Black Legend”, a piece that led to her curation of “Black Artists of Oregon”, exhibiting at the Portland Art Museum through March 2024.

From Attorney General’s Office (Press Release) – Brian George, a 27-year law enforcement veteran and enrolled member of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, will lead the investigations work for the office’s Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and People Cold Case Unit. It is the first unit of its kind in the nation.

Mark Graves/The Oregonian

From The Oregonian (by Gosia Wozniacka) – Young conservationists like Ahlam Osman are working to bring more voices from communities of color to the environmental movement.

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A view from atop a hill overlooking a cloudy lake surrounded by forest and hills with the caption "Land Acknowledgement"
Mount Storm King, Washington, USA
(Brenda Rodriguez/EchoX)

All of us at EchoX deeply believe in the value of being in connection with one another, our communities, and the land that nourishes us all. In a culture of xenophobia, othering, bigotry, and racism, we stand against hate in all its forms—regardless of who it targets.

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