An event at an art festival in Portland, Oregon, offered race-based admission pricing. According to an ad for the event, "Black folks" could attend for free or with a donation of their choice. All other attendees had to pay $80 a piece.
Black Feast: Black Imagerial, a three-hour event hosted last Sunday by Salimatu Amabebe and sponsored by the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, was promoted as "a culinary event celebrating Black artists and writers through food."
"At our table," the event description states, "guests participate in an experience that weaves together food and art, where Salimatu [Amabebe] works with Black artists to create a multi-course, vegan, gluten-free meal based off of the artist’s work."