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Carina Miller Joins FBO Board of Directors

A longstanding leader in her Tribe and the Pacific Northwest, she brings a sharp focus on systems change and deep commitment to community.

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Carina Miller (center) with her partner, Lúkwaiya Lira, and their son, Waluxpykee Walter Miller.
A Conversation with Carina Miller

“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.

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What Does the Federal Stimulus Mean for Oregon Schools?

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.

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The Delta Ponds Pedestrian Bridge in Eugene.
Voices at the 2021 Virtual Legislature

Oregon Partners for Education Justice testify on student mental health, ethnic studies, tribal regalia, and more.

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What the Student Success Act Is Teaching Oregon About Community Engagement

For more equitable and inclusive schools, authentic engagement is key, says a new FBO research brief.

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Over 20 organizations endorsed the Oregon Partners for Education Justice 2021 Legislative Agenda
Oregon Partners for Education Justice Release 2021 Legislative Agenda

The coalition urges state legislators to invest in a more inclusive, equitable, and racially just public education system.

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