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NORTHWEST NEWS

 

REACH Buys Senior Complex in Boise-Elliot for Renovation

Nonprofit housing group pledges to keep rents low and current residents in their apartments  

Oregon Minimum Wage Inches up – Advocates Agree, Not Enough

State law ties the pay rate to inflation, bringing the hourly wage to .25   

Justice 4 Youth: Group Wants Reform of Oregon's Measure 11 Law

Youth advocates for changes to Measure 11 is already meeting resistance from Oregon District Attorneys     

 

AFRICAN AMERICAN OPINION / NEWS

 

Julianne Malveaux Explores a World Beyond Our Own

We cannot relate to a global village if we don’t travel the globe      

NFL Domestic Abusers Get Tap on Wrist

Roger Goodell is still minimizing and excusing the violent behavior of NFL players    

Marc Morial on The Lessons of Ferguson (Part Three)

Would Ferguson be a different place if more Blacks voted and stood for election?     

 

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

 

Reverential Biopic Revisits Life of Free-Spirited Renaissance Woman

Altina Schinasi was an artist, an inventor, a feminist and civil rights advocate who marched with Dr. Martin Luther King    

Spike Lee’s Classic Film 'Do the Right Thing' Screened with Race Forum

'This is about people getting together to watch a great film, and then talk about our perceptions of humanity'  

Kam Williams Reviews Movies Opening Sept. 12, 2014

This week: No Good Deed, The Drop, Skeleton Twins, Take Me to the River

 

U.S. AND WORLD NEWS

 
 
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