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NORTHWEST NEWS

 

Portland Commissioner Fritz Seeks Third Term

Although she has stated many times that her current term would be her last foray into electoral politics, she says the death of her husband changed her mind 

Long Way to Go for Oregon's 100 Percent Graduation Goal

The on-time graduation rate increased to 72 percent in 2014, but that gain is largely because of a new calculation procedure   

More Than A Score: A New Uprising Against High Stakes Testing

Teacher-activist ties his new book to #BlackLivesMatter movement   

 

AFRICAN AMERICAN OPINION / NEWS

 

World is Indifferent to Missing Nigerian Girls

The abducted girls have all but disappeared from the headlines and from the public consciousness  

Selma and the Folks at the ‘Back of the Line’

 I wasn’t surprised that Ava DuVernay’s 'Selma' was nearly completely snubbed for the Oscar nominations last week  

Laws, Law Enforcement, and Our Community by Rep. Lew Frederick

New legislation pushes for greater police accountability   

 

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

 

Kam Williams Reviews Movies Opening Jan. 30, 2015

Kam reviews Black or White, The Loft, Girlhood and more... 

Lee Daniels: The 'Empire' Interview

Two-time Oscar-nominee talks about directing for TV   

Cartoons: Je Suis Charlie

Sebastian Foxworth pokes fun at blended family life in this mixed up world    

 

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