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(Portland, OR)  --  The president of the NAACP of Portland is stepping down after his current term amid accusations of sexual abuse.  Reverend E.D. Mondaine says he will not be running for a second term.  He denies the allegations first reported by the Portland Mercury that he repeatedly sexually abused three male members of Celebration Tabernacle from the mid-90's to the mid-2000's.  He says the accusations stem from a relationship that ended badly 20 years ago.  Mondaine has been president for four years.

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