Our Humble Cadence

written by Reyna Gillet on behalf of the NP staff Photo credit: https://blacklivesmatter.com/ We have a conversation started. We need to show up for them.Marching to the Burnside Bridge – seeing the sea of people, laying down, the crowd of so many young people, teens, kids, all taking a moment and all saying “I can’t…

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An important announcement from Neighborhood Partnerships

By Joel Madsen, Chair, Board of Directors On behalf of the Neighborhood Partnerships Board of Directors and our staff, I write to share some very important news. After fifteen years as our Executive Director, Janet Byrd is stepping down from her position this year.We are so grateful for all of Janet’s vision, work, passion, and…

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‘Oregon Narrative’ hopes to bring the best of our state, citizens together in success

This article originally appeared in the News Review as a Guest Column by Neighborhood Partnerships’ Board Chair, Daniel Robertson. It’s reprinted here with the author’s permission.  ‘Oregon Narrative’ hopes to bring the best of our state, citizens together in success by Daniel C. Robertson It was a misty morning in downtown Portland adjacent to the…

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Neighborhood Partnerships Celebrates and Launches Leadership Salons and an Advocacy College

Neighborhood Partnerships celebrated their 20th anniversary and launched the Leadership Salon and Leaders Advocacy and Messaging College in a whirlwind of well attended events in mid-September. [flickr]http://www.flickr.com/photos/neighborhoodpartnerships/5020223847/[/flickr] Special guests Patrick Bresette and Larry Wallack headlined many of the events with key partners from across the state.   Bresette and Wallack are experts in framing and messaging. …

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