NEWS & STORY
Stories help us understand who we are, how our children are doing, and what gives us hope. When we reframe systemic failures and uplift the strengths of Oregon's children and communities, we can narrate the path to a more just future.
A longstanding leader in her Tribe and the Pacific Northwest, she brings a sharp focus on systems change and deep commitment to community.
“I didn't know the term ‘social construction’ until college, but I knew what it meant my whole life,” says FBO’s new Board member.
The American Rescue Plan is a historic opportunity to ramp up support—and break down barriers—for children disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
Oregon Partners for Education Justice testify on student mental health, ethnic studies, tribal regalia, and more.
For more equitable and inclusive schools, authentic engagement is key, says a new FBO research brief.
The coalition urges state legislators to invest in a more inclusive, equitable, and racially just public education system.
FBO’s Amanda Manjarrez joins The Early Link podcast to discuss the philosophy and priorities of Oregon Partners for Education Justice.
Gov. Kate Brown's proposed budget reckons with COVID-19 and systemic racism by investing essential supports for historically underserved children and families.
FBO opens a new chapter of work, reimagining how Oregon supports every child to learn, grow, and thrive.
"Our investments and policies have to show that we will not accept going back to normal, but we will create a better and more equitable future as the new normal."
Join us in uplifting this community-driven policy roadmap as Oregon’s guide to rebuilding an education system grounded in racial justice and healing.
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