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Black History Month Feature: Carlin Washington

Camas High School science teacher Carlin Washington expressed what Black History Month means to him. “Black History month to me is an opportunity to acknowledge an underrepresented culture that has had significant contributions to society.  It is a chance to celebrate with that culture and embrace the differences of another group of people.” Washington listed […]

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BHM Op-Ed: Amanda Gorman

If you are not aware of the name Amanda Gorman by now, you will be soon. Gorman is a 22-year-old up-and-coming political activist and poet that performed at President Joe Biden’s inauguration this last January and at Super Bowl LV earlier this month. On top of those two outstanding achievements, she has performed her poetry […]

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Black History Month Feature: Isaiah Sampson

Isaiah Sampson, known to many as “Ezzy Buckets”, is a former student and star basketball player at Camas High School. Sampson graduated in 2019 and is continuing his basketball career at Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Washington. Sampson was a three-year varsity player at CHS. During his sophomore year, he was awarded Second-Team All-Greater Saint […]

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CSD’s Black History Month Message

Camas School District Superintendent Jeff Snell shared a message about Black History Month. “Black History Month provides a chance to pause and reflect on the impact of Black citizens who have made such a difference,” he said. Snell shared his favorite quote from the late civil rights leader, statesmen, and politician John Lewis. “You are […]