Stay in the room

No one likes uncomfortable conversations but working through that discomfort can have enormous payoffs. 

Case in point: a work session of the Keizer City Council Monday, Nov. 9. 

After receiving heated backlash from residents of the city over a refusal to condemn white supremacy, members of the council worked through the issues and drafted a statement of values that might live . . .

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