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Barbara Ostos Speaks Out About Culture And Feminism

Barbara Ostos Speaks Out About Culture And Feminism

Editors’ Note: Catlinspeak got the chance to work with Ann Fyfield and Carter Latendresse’s sixth grade classes on articles and videos about gender and sexuality. The following videos were made by sixth grade students who did  their own research.

Lauren Reggero-Toledano’s Object Story

Lauren Reggero-Toledano’s Object Story

Editors’ Note: Catlinspeak got the chance to work with Ann Fyfield and Carter Latendresse’s sixth grade classes on articles and videos about gender and sexuality. The following videos were made by sixth grade students who did  their own research.

Robyn Washburn Shares Her Stories About Gender

Robyn Washburn Shares Her Stories About Gender

Editors’ Note: Catlinspeak got the chance to work with Ann Fyfield and Carter Latendresse’s sixth grade classes on articles and videos about gender and sexuality. The following videos were made by sixth grade students who did  their own research.

Chris Skrapits Speaks About Gender

Chris Skrapits Speaks About Gender

Editors’ Note: Catlinspeak got the chance to work with Ann Fyfield and Carter Latendresse’s sixth grade classes on articles and videos about gender and sexuality. The following videos were made by sixth grade students who did  their own research.

“Equal Justice Under Law?” Reluctantly, it’s Been Upheld

“Equal Justice Under Law?” Reluctantly, it’s Been Upheld

The phrase, “Equal justice under law,” is engraved above the entrance to the Supreme Court, to serve as a reminder to those who work there, and to represent the meaning of the Court for those who visit. In recent months, however, I’ve pondered these words. On March 3, four-star United States General David Petraeus, one […]

The Keys to Leadership, According to John Kroger

The Keys to Leadership, According to John Kroger

John Kroger, the President of Reed College, has an impressive resumé. He’s served as Oregon’s Attorney General, he’s taught law at Lewis & Clark Law School, he’s been an Assistant U.S. Attorney (AUSA), and a U.S. Marine. Given Kroger’s various and diverse jobs, he’s encountered leadership in many different contexts. Whether he was the lead […]

May Day Protesters Occupy Pioneer Courthouse Square, Burnside Bridge

May Day Protesters Occupy Pioneer Courthouse Square, Burnside Bridge

Protestors at the annual May Day protest clashed briefly with Police on Friday, May 1. While no arrests were made, several protestors were pepper sprayed. Members of the group Don’t Shoot PDX protested police violence, while other protestors from the “15 Now” campaign marched in support of a $15 minimum wage. A small group of […]