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NORTHWEST NEWS

 

Sen. Shields Hopes New Law on Racial Impact Statements Will Prevent Bad Policy Decisions

Everyone is invited to a forum in Salem Sept. 16 that will explain how the new law will work    

Seattle Settles Out of Court in Malaika Brooks Case

The pregnant mother Tased by three police officers in 2004 changed use of force policy    

Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness Groups Mobilize

September events draw attention to need for blood donors, testing  

 

AFRICAN AMERICAN OPINION / NEWS

 

Portland Can't Afford a Bad Hire for Compliance Officer/Community Liaison

The three current candidates do not have the sufficient qualifications to be successful in the COCL position  

To Be Equal: Lessons of Ferguson: Criminal Justice System on Trial

The majority of protests and protesters were peaceful, yet, the use of tear gas, stun grenades and armored vehicles was reminiscent of ugly 1960s-era confrontations   

Can Oregon Be a Leader on Expanding Rights Again?

A democracy does not lock out over 650,000 Oregonians from our primary elections,...because of lack of party affiliation or minor party affiliation   

 

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

 

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