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CLACKAMAS COUNTY, Ore. —
A war tore the Nguyen family apart, and a broken immigration system kept them separated. Now, almost half a century later, the family is one step closer to reuniting on U.S. soil.
KATU News caught up with Ai Nguyen in late April.
He flipped through an old picture album and this time, the tone was lighter, his smile was bigger--a smile fit for a man who's waited 47 years for good news.
"I can't explain how I'm feeling because this has never happened in my life," said Nguyen.
PORTLAND, Ore. — State Representative Suzanne Bonamici and the Metro Council have approved a resolution to bring awareness to missing and murdered Native women and girls.
Four Democrats from Oregon’s congressional delegation are promising changes for Chemawa Indian School after meeting with tribal representatives and the federal school’s leadership in Salem.
On Monday, April 30, students from Pacific University's Center for Gender Equity and Campus Wellness organization met with U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici to discuss issues of campus sexual assault and how students and staff at the university are addressing it.
early five months after demanding answers about problems at a federal boarding school for Native American students, Oregon’s congressional delegation still hasn’t gotten a response.
Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici made a surprise visit to the Unidos Bridging Community citizenship class graduation March 12 in Newberg.
Unidos had 11 immigrant graduates who completed the class that helps them prepare for the naturalization exam in Portland. Two of the graduates came from Chile, two from Iran and seven from Mexico and all are now on their way toward becoming citizens.
WASHINGTON — The Bipartisan Historically Black Colleges and Universities Caucus and the Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics Caucus hostedtechnology companies and HBCU presidents and leaders on Capitol Hill for the first HBCU STEAM Day of Action.
In a recent Science, Space, and Technology subcommittee hearing about sexual harassment and misconduct, Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR) stood up for women scientists who have experienced sexual harassment at work. During the hearing, Bonamici referenced a case in which she intervened to assist a fisheries biologist who had been stopped from doing research by pervasive sexual harassment. Bonamici discussed what happened to the biologist and other women in similar situations with the National Oceanic and Administrative Administration (NOAA).