Racism

Noose Appears In OHSU Workplace, 3rd Time In 3 Years; Jacobs Condemns

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OHSU's president announces a series of measures, saying they're a start. Black leaders want more. They want a voice at the table.

Spike in Hate Crimes, Proliferation of Racism in Schools Comes into Full View

Registration for Oregon’s Women’s Health Network’s workshop on how whites can be better allies to vulnerable communities in the post-election world exceed space at its venue. Network planners now look to host additional workshops.

As a biracial woman, Kalii Nettleton says she identifies as both black and white, and feels a responsibility to speak up. “I bridge two worlds.

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