Joint byline with Jordyn Brown
Many local schools during the protests acknowledged the continued presence of racism and pledged against it, saying they would “do the work” to confront it in schools and listen more to their students of color.
But a year later, with few exceptions, many changes have only appeared in long-term policy reviews or promises. It’s caused some to wonder whether they will follow through.
Salem-Keizer Public Schools has made some changes, specifically with the elimination of school resource officers. But, some argue, it’s not enough.
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