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We Make the Road by Walking
The Rural Organizing Project (ROP)
Walk for Justice
Jerry Atkin
Wheeler, Oregon

In memoriam: Julius Nyerere
We are poorer for his death, richer for his life.
by Jerry Atkin
Portland, Oregon

Me and Rodin
Art is a tool for rescuing the planet ...
Jerry Atkin
Portland, Oregon

Mens Sana / Mountain Fever
Poetry by Janet Buck
Medford, Oregon

The Mighty Drip / The Photo SHOOT
Poetry by Janet Buck
Medford, Oregon

Preschool Myths - Early Childhood Education
Tracy Lai and Lisa Coburn
Seattle, Washington

A Great Day at an American Night
by Joe Lambert
Ashland, Oregon

Self-Development: Creating Hope in El Salvador
By Jonathan Heller and Sarah McFarlane
El Platenar, El Salvador & Seattle, Washington

Jim Pepper Legacy in Recorded Music: a Treasure Chest
Discography of saxophonist Jim Pepper's music
by Jim Olding
Portland, Oregon

"Listen to your own voice!"
An interview with Native American independent filmmaker,
Sandra Osawa
by Victor Payan
Seattle, Washington & San Diego, California

The Legacy of Affirmative Action
Supreme Court decisions reverberate in the community
by Howard J. Shorr
Oregon City, Oregon

A Multicultural Core Curriculum
Using the Internet to Direct Student Inquiry
into Latino and Community History
by Howard J. Shorr
Oregon City, Oregon

How Suzanne Simard
Changed Our Relationship To Trees

Book Review
Claire Thompson / High Country News
Published in In Motion Magazine June 6, 2021

No Immigration Without Emigration
Consequences For The Countries Left Behind
by Norma Linda Ureña
Seattle, Washington

La Via Campesina Denounces Gates Foundation
Purchase of Monsanto Company Shares

by La Vía Campesina
Glendive, Montana
Published in In Motion Magazine September 14, 2010

Toni Bambara's books help to mend the world
The Willamina High School Class of 2000
Willamina, Oregon

"All eyes are on Washington state"
Washington's Initiative 200, like California's Prop 209,
uses deceptive language in an attempt to harm civil rights
Xuan-Trang "Mary" Tran-Thien
Seattle, Washington

Icon art for all regions by Leon Sun.

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