A ring of revolution as residents take mic

Courage coursed through the Keizer City Council chambers Monday, Sept. 28.

At the outset of a planned meeting on inclusivity and equity, only three of the dozen or more attendees planned to offer input. But, by the time the meeting adjourned, more than twice that number had taken a turn at the mircophone. Each speaker seemed to ignite a fire in the next as they . . .

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