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Iman Pearce (from left), Jack Hill and Alyssia Maxwell are honored for their participation in a high school writing competition to raise the public’s consciousness on  systemic racism and help make the world more healthy and peaceful. The contest was sponsored by Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility.

Iman Pearce (from left), Jack Hill and Alyssia Maxwell are honored for their participation in a high school writing competition to raise the public’s consciousness on systemic racism and help make the world more healthy and peaceful. The contest was sponsored by Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility.

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Writings for a Better World

Student leaders tackle systemic racism

First place winner Jack Hill of Westview High School wrote about the inequities of providing housing for people who face economic hardships and discrimination, maintaining his own determination to overcome obstacles.