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"Living Day by Day" Refugees of Color Navigate Gentrification and Racism in Portland, Oregon: A Sense of Place
This research highlights the impact that rising rent prices have on refugees' sense of place in Portland. The majority of Oregon's refugee population arrive in Portland, the fourth fastest gentrifying city in the United States. Refugees receive eight months of financial assistance upon arrival, an average of $339 per month. Employees from the Immigrant Refugee Community Organization were interviewed including refugees, an asylee, and immigrants from Bhutan, Myanmar/Burma, Chad, Iraq, anddoi:10.15760/honors.547 fatcat:5grgoxp3nrghpdtxw6o7iljwbe