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California police report almost no racial profiling

She feels the low numbers are reported “so you won’t have stronger policies and procedures and laws ... based on racial profiling. Eugene O’Donnell, a former New York City police officer, prosecutor ... read more

Students defend professor after sit-in over racial climate

Rust, who is giving a series of lectures in China this week, could not be reached for additional comment. Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, the dean of the Graduate School of Education & Information ... said he ... read more

30 years after skinheads beat to death immigrant on Portland street, city reflects

Harmon Johnson’s Urban League of Portland is organizing a conference at Portland State University this week to focus on Seraw’s death and the future of Oregon ... own country who came here to get a ... read more

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Montana Highway Patrol documents outline pattern of racial profiling, attorney alleges

told the Chronicle this week that the agency does not engage in racial profiling and that any specific incidents would be a tiny fraction of the 100,000 stops troopers make every year. The lawsuit ... read more


Dancing Backwards and in Heels

These shiny new progressive laws had been in the works for years, Oregon House Majority Leader Jennifer ... labor and political organizer and member of the Lane Community College Board of Education. ... read more

Racial dispute at beloved bakery roils liberal college town

Members of Oberlin’s student senate published a resolution saying Gibson’s had “a history of racial profiling and discriminatory treatment.” Few colleges put the “liberal ... members must follow the ... read more

Oregon Legislature adjourns contentious 2017 session

“Despite an uncertain budget environment, the Oregon Legislature passed a series of new laws that ... standards for colleges and universities. And we passed criminal justice reform and a comprehensive ... read more

Parents of four 12-year-old girls file a lawsuit against a New York school for ‘strip-search'

A New ... of Education and East Middle School employee’s, Principal Tim Simonds, assistant Michelle Raleigh and nurse Mary Eggleston. All four of the parents claim their daughters – who are black and ... read more

Oregon Rastafarian's medical marijuana earns him 8-year prison sentence in Mississippi

In the car was nearly three pounds of marijuana, which Beadle said he obtained legally in Oregon with his medical marijuana license to help treat the chronic pain in both of his knees after years of ... read more

California police report almost no racial profiling

SACRAMENTO — California’s first-in-the-nation attempt to track racial-profiling complaints against police produced numbers so unrealistically small that the board overseeing the tally wants ... read more



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