SCHOOLS

Tensions high once again Salem-Keizer board meeting

Audience accusations of white supremacy positions and arguments over masking continued at Tuesday’s meeting of the Salem-Keizer School Board.

Twenty-three people spoke remotely, a few calling for the resignations of board members Marty Heyen and Danielle Bethell. Heyen replied that the allegations of racism resulted from her husband’s business associations with people whose views he did not hold.

Board member Karina Guzman Ortiz commented that reverse racism does not . . .

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