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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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Activism Through Art

As Black Lives Matter protests continue across the country, several Camas High School students are coming up with creative ways to support the movement. In addition to organizing local protests in downtown Camas and starting a bake sale to support social justice organizations, student leaders of two CHS clubs have joined forces to accomplish a […]

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Girl Power

After the successful run of LunchBox Talks in October, DECA Girls Represent is planning two more female-focused events for the community of CHS. These two events will take place throughout the month of December and involve a wide variety of guest speakers. The first event is a series of Professional Development Seminars, while the second […]

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LunchBox Talks

Dozens of students at Camas High School are working together, putting in long hours, and bringing big names to campus all in the name of equality. The DECA Girls Represent club at CHS is hosting a series of “LunchBox Talks” in which female guest speakers are invited to campus to talk about issues facing women […]

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Women’s History Month: Susan B. Anthony

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal…” It is a statement that molded this country and the rights it has. Although, thanks to the efforts of Susan B. Anthony, a leader, the face of the movement, and a woman, these rights have been extended to both sexes. Anthony, born […]

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Yes We Can! A look at International Women’s Day

On March 8th, a global celebration of the female spirit took place in the form of International Women’s Day. Around the world, men and women took a moment to honor the contributions that females make to society through financial, economic, and cultural contributions. While the sponsorship and rights of women have grown exponentially since the […]

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A Tribute to Ruby Bridges: The Brave

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, Ruby Bridges is the subject. RUBY […]

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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.   […]