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PCC SE, 2305 SE 82nd at Division

2305 SE 82nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97216, US (map)

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Past events that happened here

  • Started Thursday
    Jan 18 2018
    Imitation Game screening

    In 1939, newly created British intelligence agency MI6 recruits Cambridge mathematics alumnus Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) to crack Nazi codes, including Enigma -- which cryptanalysts had thought unbreakable. Turing's team, including Joan Clarke (Keira Knightley), analyze Enigma messages while he builds a machine to decipher them. Turing and team finally succeed and become heroes, but in 1952, the quiet genius encounters disgrace when authorities reveal he is gay and send him to prison.

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  • Wednesday
    Nov 29 2017
    Cleaner Air Oregon Public Hearing

    The public comment period for Cleaner Air Oregon is upon us! We need your steadfast support in ensuring that this program is truly protective of public health. In order to achieve that goal, we need to get as many public comments on the proposed rules as possible to the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) staff before December 22nd.

    Check out the event for the other hearing in Portland here: https://www.facebook.com/events/536602993353821/

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  • Thursday
    Nov 9 2017
    Safety Action Plan for Outer SE Division Street Open House

    You’re Invited: Safety Action Plan for Outer SE Division Street Open House

    Join PBOT to learn about upcoming safety improvements and traffic changes coming to SE Division Street between SE 80th Ave and SE 174th Ave.

    See where new median islands and crossings will be built, where U-turns and left turns will be allowed, and where on-street parking may change. Parking on PCC's campus is limited and paid, consider taking transit.

    This project is part of Portland’s Vision Zero strategy to eliminate all traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2025.

    Snacks and interpretation provided!

    Visit the project website to learn more and sign up for email updates: www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/division.

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  • Thursday
    Sep 28 2017
    Free Renters' Rights Workshop
    • Did you know that over half of millenials rent?
    • That nearly 70% of black folks rent?
    • That women are less likely to own homes than men?
    • That empty homes outnumber homeless people?

    Join other renters at PCC SE Campus Queer Resource Center and The Community Alliance of Tenants for a free renters' rights workshop at SCOM Room 314, and bring your questions with you.

    Bring anyone who rents with you. We are stronger in numbers! This event is free and open to the public - you do not need to be a student to attend!

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  • Saturday
    Aug 26 2017
    Jade International Night Market - Night 2
    free

    For the August 19th event go here! https://www.facebook.com/events/103082583683307

    Join us for the fourth annual Jade International Night Market, where Portland's multicultural communities come out in full force each August to celebrate one of East Portland's biggest events! Last year over 20,000 people came out to support local small businesses, community organizations, cultural groups, and our anti-displacement efforts.

    This year, the Jade International Night Market runs on two Saturdays: August 19th, and August 26th. Come to one of both to enjoy international cuisine from local businesses, cultural performances, and a celebration and recognition of the vibrant community that resides in the Jade District neighborhood and East Portland.

    You can read more about our work on the Jade International Night Market here: http://www.apano.org/news-events/jade-international-night-market-anchoring-our-community-through-celebration/

    Want to be a vendor at this year's Jade International Night Market? Sign up here: http://jadedistrictnightmarket.org/vendors/

    Volunteers make the Night Market a success every year! Interested in volunteering? Fill out the volunteer registration form here: http://jadedistrictnightmarket.org/volunteer/

    If you have any questions about this event and the Jade District, contact Jade District Manager, Todd Struble at todd@apano.org


    Jade District - Jade District is the NPI along SE 82nd Avenue and Division St.

    Jade District Night Market - The Jade District International Night Market is a new project to help rally and unite the business and residential community together in SE Portland.

    Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon - APANO is a statewide nonpartisan 501(c)(4) political advocacy and leadership development organization focused on Asian and Pacific Islander concerns.

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  • Renters' Rights at Jade Market
    free

    Did you know that nearly half of Asian Americans are renters?

    Even though Asians have the highest levels of education and employment, homeownership levels do not represent those efforts.

    Renters in the Jade District see massive amounts of rent hikes and displacement generally, and as more low-income tenants are pushed further out, they're less likely to have the protections offered exclusively within Portland city limits at this time.

    Come to The Community Alliance of Tenants booth (#228) at the Jade District Night Market on August 19 and August 26 to play games, learn your rights, and meet other renters.

    We'll be answering your questions, blasting sweet tunes, and serving up snacks to get you going.


    The Community Alliance of Tenants - Formed in 1996, the Community Alliance of Tenants (CAT) is Oregon’s only statewide, grassroots, tenant-controlled, tenant-rights organization. CAT educates, organizes and develops the leadership of low-income tenants.Twitter @catoregon

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  • Saturday
    Aug 19 2017
    Jade International Night Market - 1st Night
    free

    The Jade International Night Market is a crucial tool to help support local small businesses in the Jade District neighborhood. The annual summer event provides a space to celebrate and recognize the diversity and culture of the communities who live and work in the Jade District and sheds light on the issues impacting a neighborhood in transition.

    The Jade International Night Market takes place every year and provides a unique cultural event that reflects the diversity of the Jade District communities. We envision an event that supports and roots the Jade District community in place, while providing an opportunity for community members and businesses to benefit economically from the event.

    Last year, the Jade International Night Market brought over 25,000 visitors to Southeast 82nd Ave each weekend to participate in a community-driven event in an area that is historically underserved. The Jade District is centered around Southeast 82nd Avenue and Division Street. The goal of the Jade District is to build social and economic capacity, while mitigating displacement in the face of gentrification pressures.

    Come and enjoy authentic international cuisine, family friendly entertainment, a beer garden, and various activities.

    Transportation: Free parking; plenty of space for bikes and served by the Division MAX Station and Trimet Bus Routes 4 and 72

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  • Renters' Rights at Jade Market
    free

    Did you know that nearly half of Asian Americans are renters?

    Even though Asians have the highest levels of education and employment, homeownership levels do not represent those efforts.

    Renters in the Jade District see massive amounts of rent hikes and displacement generally, and as more low-income tenants are pushed further out, they're less likely to have the protections offered exclusively within Portland city limits at this time.

    Come to The Community Alliance of Tenants booth (#228) at the Jade District Night Market on August 19 and August 26 to play games, learn your rights, and meet other renters.

    We'll be answering your questions, blasting sweet tunes, and serving up snacks to get you going.


    The Community Alliance of Tenants - Formed in 1996, the Community Alliance of Tenants (CAT) is Oregon’s only statewide, grassroots, tenant-controlled, tenant-rights organization. CAT educates, organizes and develops the leadership of low-income tenants.Twitter @catoregon

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  • Thursday
    May 25 2017
    PCC SE Pride Days Keynote: Renata Hill

    Come here from one of the New Jersey 4, Renata Hill!

    ---The New Jersery 4--- Under the neon lights in a gay-friendly neighborhood of New York City, four young African-American lesbians are violently and sexually threatened by a man on the street. They defend themselves against him and are charged and convicted in the courts and in the media as a 'Gang of Killer Lesbians'.

    ---Renata Hill--- Renata is currently a full-time student on the path to earn an Associates degree in Human Services at the Borough of Manhattan Community College and will then work to get her master’s degree in Social Work. She has toured the country speaking out for this case and also for all women who are incarcerated for defending themselves. She spoke to a room of over 1600 people at the national INCITE! Color Of Violence Conference in Chicago in March 2015. She is a sought after by universities and colleges nationwide to continue speaking as an advocate. Renata is ferociously protective of people around her and she has an incredible sense of humor that has probably been her greatest source of strength throughout her life.

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  • Wednesday
    May 3 2017
    Legislation 101: How the Oregon State Legislature Works, and How

    LEGISLATION 101: How the Oregon State Legislature Works, and How to Make It Work for You!

    Everybody welcome!!!

    Join us, Wednesday May 3rd at the Community Hall Annex on PCC SE Campus for a public forum on how the legislation process works, and can work for you.

    Confused about the legislative process? Think you need to be an expert before you can lobby? Then this training is made for you. Learn about:

    • How a bill becomes a law -- in Oregon.
    • What works best: petitions? Emails? Facebook? Twitter? Phone calls? Visits?
    • How to say what’s on your mind and be heard.
    • Which bills are top priority for the Portland NAACP in this session.
    • How to lobby with the Portland NAACP lobbying team.

    Come meet the NAACP Portland Political Action Committee and see how you can get involved.

    This session is co-sponsored by the Albina Ministerial Alliance Coalition for Justice and Police Reform and the Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods.

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