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The Blackface Meme

The blackface meme is an ugly racist stereotype for those who know its history.

Issues Opinion

Opinion – The Hayes-Tilden Compromise of 1877

Paving the way for the Jim Crow Laws By William House (The views expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the views of the West Linn Alliance. The West Linn Alliance is a non-partisan community organization focused on promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion and preventing racism) Those listening carefully in the runup to the January 6, […]

Issues News WLAIC

Campaign to Recall Mark Shull

Mark Shull, the newest Clackamas County Commissioner, posted dozens of posts on Facebook disparaging people of color, Muslims, and other marginalized groups between 2019 and the present. At the Jan 14, 2021 Clackamas County Board of Commissioners meeting, Shull refused to step down, despite all 4 board members and more than 100 other elected officials […]

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The West Linn Alliance Calls for Mark Shull’s Resignation

A Public Statement The West Linn Alliance is a Clackamas County community organization focused on promoting social equity and social justice. We seek to address racism and discrimination in our midst, so we can build a community of collaboration and belonging. This mission aligns with the Board of County Commissioners’ resolution to value diversity, equity, […]

Opinion

1963 and 2021: Then and Now

The date was April 16th of 1963, and Martin Luther King, Jr. sent out his now-famous “Letter from Birmingham Jail.”

Reporting Hate & Bias Incidents

Whether it happened to you or to someone else, there is help for reporting and tracking hate and bias incidents. The Oregon Department of Justice has a hotline you can call.

Inclusion in Wilsonville

Wilsonville Alliance for Inclusive Communities – Pursuing a diverse, inclusive, and equitable Wilsonville through informed dialogue, advocacy, and celebration of human dignity and belonging.

Upcoming Events

  1. Uncovering the Hidden History of Jews and Antisemitism in Oregon

    March 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm