Normally I am so busy posting crime stories by illegal aliens of non-white status and other non-white immigrants,that I dont have time to write about this incredibly racist and discriminatory non-profit. They don’t like White Americans at all, if you are in the US illegally and you’re black or mexican they are all over you. This is horrible for professional artists who are white and wish to get public grants but don’t wish to celebrate diversity ( gagggg me) Note they are fundraising for mexican puta breeders, cleverly called Latinas. Come on- Perhaps they should try deporting the T– C__ Mexi-trash instead?
Colored Pencils Art & Culture Night, also known as New Portland’s multicultural living room, will be held at the Center for Intercultural Organizing on Friday, April 30, 2010.
Friday, April 30, 2010
Art reception at 5:30pm; Open mic at 6pm
Center for Intercultural Organizing
700 N. Killingsworth St., Portland
Every last Friday, Portland’s various cultures and communities meet once a month to tell stories, dance, sing, read poetry and during the open mic.
This month’s event is co-hosted by Portland Community College Sylvania Multicultural Center and Portland’s Latino community. Los Niños Cuentan will sell small plates of food to raise funds for a shelter for Latina women and children.
$5 admission; $3 seniors and students; FREE for children
New Portland Colored Pencils Night is co-sponsored by Colors of Influence e-magazine, Micro Enterprise Services of Oregon, The Asian Reporter, the Cambodian American Community of Oregon, Center for Intercultural Organizing, Vision into Action Coalition, and Portland’s Office of Human Relations/Human Rights Commission.