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Art as Social Justice

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival's outdoor Elizabethan stage features plays this summer and fall that are all are worth seeing.

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Progress Means Changing the Status Quo

The legislation behind Preschool Promise is driven by a commitment to provide high-quality early learning environments for children across the ...

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Capitalism with No Government Intervention is a Myth

Capitalism with absolutely no government intervention is a myth — and always was.

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Tender Love Story Resonates

The documentary offers a tender examination of the last 15 months of a 76-year marriage.

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A Voting Rights Victory in Maryland

Thousands of Marylanders will regain the right to cast their ballots this election year, thanks to the state’s lawmakers.

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Well Intended but with Devastating Consequences

Hope lies in the seeds of early-childhood and K-5 interventions.

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A Step Backwards for Police Diversity

We need leadership in the police bureau, in city government and in the community.

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To Stop ‘Bomb Trains,’ I Honeymooned in Jail

We call these oil trains “bomb trains” because we know, with one tiny loose bolt, they can erupt into an ...

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A Riveting Take on Abortion Divide

"Roe" is a beautifully directed play by Bill Rauch and features a wise and stunning cast. It's playing in Ashland ...

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Breaking Down the Prison Pipeline

People returning to the community from Oregon’s prisons and jails face numerous barriers to successfully reintegrating.

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Companies Need to Stop Bankrolling Hate

What happens when the convention nominates a presidential candidate who’s an out-and-out racist?

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Champion Boxer, Activist and World Icon

How would you approach the colossal task of describing a man who once boasted that he, “wrestled with alligators, tussled ...

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Jury of One’s Peers? A Definite NO

Prosecutors are likely to exclude minorities from juries knowing that their personal experience may have caused them to distrust law ...

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Finally, a True Black Prime Contractor at TriMet

TriMet’s most recent action of awarding a major contract to black-owned Raimore Construction is evolutionary and is the culmination of ...

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Tried and Convicted by Mistake

When the criminal justice system makes mistakes, why are we as a culture not more curious about what went wrong?