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The Portland Indigenous Marketplace Will Return Sunday From 10 A.m.-3 P.m. At 719 S.W. Jackson St.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Herbal remedies and skincare products by Lindsay Thomas, owner of Hozho Herbal Creations and Full Spectrum Care.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Thirty Indigenous- and Black-owned businesses gathered at Portland State University’s Native American Student and Community Center Saturday for a Portland Indigenous Marketplace event.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Lluvia Merello (left), an organizer with Portland Indigenous Marketplace, said the nonprofit hosts over a hundred Indigenous vendors at events throughout the year.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Dozens of vendors sold art, bead jewelry, leather bracelets and other handmade gifts at the Portland Indigenous Market for Small Business Saturday.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

The Portland Indigenous Marketplace features communities from across the globe, according to organizer Lluvia Merello.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Paintings by Heather Johnston, owner of Simply Alaskan Artwork.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Woven pouches and leatherwork by artists from Linda Lauren Designs. Linda Higgins runs the business with her son.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Bead and leather work from Linda Lauren Designs. Linda Higgins runs the business with her son.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Dream catchers made by Lisa Marie David, owner of Red Road. Her booth was featured at the Portland Indigenous Marketplace Saturday.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Jewelry and beadwork from Kind Woman Creations, featured at the Portland Indigenous Marketplace Saturday.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Thirty Indigenous- and Black-owned businesses gathered at Portland State University’s Native American Student and Community Center Saturday for a Portland Indigenous Marketplace event.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Jewelry and beadwork from Kind Woman Creations, featured at the Portland Indigenous Marketplace Saturday.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Artwork from Arusha Dittmer, a member of of the Ho-Chunk nation, featured at the Portland Indigenous Marketplace Saturday.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Thirty Indigenous- and Black-owned businesses gathered at Portland State University’s Native American Student and Community Center Saturday for a Portland Indigenous Marketplace event.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Earrings and jewelry by Alvia Begay-Rice, owner of Nizhoni Beads.

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Portland Indigenous Marketplace

Native American drumming group Turquoise Pride played at the Portland Indigenous Marketplace pop-up at PSU.

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