Oregon Racial and Ethnic Data Training and Resources
The following resources contain reports, surveys, data and other research related to the status of disparities among people of color. They provide both local and national context for issues such as health care, standard of living, and education, as well as examining the demographics of these populations.
|Communities of Color in Multnomah County: An Unsettling Profile - Coalition of Communities of Color and Portland State University|
This report documents the experiences of communities of color in Multnomah County, as well as community-specific reports on the African American, African immigrant and refugee, Asian/Pacific Islander, Latino, Native American and Slavic communities.
|Indian Health Issues - Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board|
A non-profit tribal advisory organization serving the forty-three federally recognized tribes of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho.
|Multnomah County Health Department Reports|
Reports assessing the health of Multnomah County's residents and environment.
|Oregon's Uninsured: Analysis of the 2008 American Community Survey - Oregon Health Authority, Office for Oregon Health Policy and Research|
The ACS surveys three million U.S. addresses per year, including roughly 35,000 Oregonians. In 2008 the survey began providing health insurance coverage estimates for reliable, comparable statistics on health insurance coverage at the sub-state level.
|Pew Hispanic Center - Demographic Profile of Hispanics in Oregon, 2008|
This profile contains demographic and economic facts about the Hispanic and non-Hispanic populations in the state of Oregon.
|The State of Black Oregon - Urban League of Portland|
This report contains a stark inventory of statistics that show a persistent gap in living standards between black and white Oregonians.
Office of Equity and Inclusion Resources
Diversity and Inclusion Resources