Split Salem-Keizer school board commits to antiracism in 4-2 vote

A full house packed into an Oct. 12, 2021 Salem-Keizer School Board meeting as the board considered a resolution committing to equity and antiracism. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

For Christy Perry, a school board resolution committing Oregon’s second-largest school district to antiracism was a continuation of the work she’s done for years.

Perry, who’s been superintendent of the Salem-Keizer School District since 2014, said publicly stating a . . .

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