- Antique Book and Ephemera Sale (6/15, 2 – 8 pm, Rose City Book Pub)
- Pomodoro: Writing Alone Together with Natalie Serber (6/17, 12:30 pm, Online via Zoom)
- Salman Rushdie: Quichotte (6/17, 5 pm, Online)
- Virtual Book Launch – Walking the High Desert: Reading and Q&A with author Ellen Waterston (6/17, 6 pm, Online via Zoom)
- STAY HOME STAY QUEER (6/18, 7:30 pm, Online via Zoom)
- Summer 2020 Online: June Writer of Color Workshop (6/21, 10 am, Online via Zoom)
- Longreads Club: What Black America Means to Europe (6/21, 11:30 am, Online via Zoom)
- ONLINE: So You Wanna Be a Writer Workshop w Wayne Gregory | June 25 – July 23 (6/25, 5:30 pm, Online via Zoom)
- Submission Deadline: Literary Arts Booth Emergency Fund for Writers (7/17, Online)
- Liberation Literacy – A social justice literacy organization and program providing access to books on social justice and Black History for students at Columbia River Correctional Institution and those released, through libraries and reading groups. Added to Organizations on the Create and Organize page.
- Nat Turner Project – An art gallery and fellowship offering organization that provides artists of color space to express their language “without the parameters of racial commodification or designation” and institutional constraints. Added to Art Galleries on the Places page and Organizations on Create and Organize.
- Ori Gallery – An art gallery that focuses on “amplifying the voices of Trans and Queer Artists of color, community organization and mobilization through the arts,” and also offers classes and workshops for free or low-cost. Added to Art Galleries on the Places page and the Google map.
- POOL Resources [Instagram] – A “network of care” for Portland’s artistic community and their needs, listing funding resources, sought funds, and offerings of help and donations. Added to Organizations on Create and Organize.
- Secret Room – A small press and risograph printing studio, providing printing services, studio time, and ephemera. Added to Letterpresses and Print & Production on the Places page and the Google map.