Black History Month Feature: Dr. Charlene Williams

Camas School District Assistant Superintendent Dr. Charlene Williams expressed what Black History Month means to her. “Black History Month is a start. It is a necessary step to begin to remedy the years of mis- and disinformation about our past. Black History Month allows us to pause to recognize our true history, one that includes […]


Black History Month Feature: Junior Kargbo

Camas High School American Sign Language teacher Junior Kargo reflected on Black History Month. He said, “Black History is a time when African Americans/Blacks can take the time out and see what the people before them fought for. Black history is a time of rejoicing, celebrating. And thanking those African Americans/Blacks for giving us hope […]

Op-Ed Series Tribute To...

A Tribute to Rosa Parks: A Rock

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, Rosa Parks is the subject. Rosa […]