BHM Features

Black History Month Feature: Jackie Robinson

Camas High School college and career readiness teacher and varsity baseball coach Stephen Short reflected on the impact Jackie Robinson left not only on the sport of baseball but on the world. On April 15th, 1947, Robinson became the first African-American to break Major League Baseball’s color barrier when he started at first base for […]

Op-Ed Series

A Tribute To Harriet Tubman: A Bright Light in Dark Times

 It is now February which also means it is Black History month. This a great time to honor the heroes in black history who greatly impacted America’s history. For the next month, readers can find stories about influential blacks and African Americans who make Black History Month essential. Today, Harriet Tubman is the subject.   […]


Learning From Martin Luther King Jr.

All around the world people are protesting the persecutions of their people. They are outraged by the killings of their people and feel trapped in the stereotypes of their races. They are trying to find a way to make their voices matter. Yet, some believe violence is the best way to have it heard. However, […]