Portland, Oregon 2021-09-26 13:26:40 –
Portland, OregonPortland Tribune) — The Tigard High School football team continued to spotlight the controversial policies of the Newberg Board of Education during the big game on Friday night, September 24th.
Along with a large crowd of home team supporters filling the bleachers of the Washington County stadium, the Tigers rushed to condemn the ongoing Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ symbol bans at Newberg’s school. I knelt down.
“As an audience, you don’t have to support us. All we expect is to have each of us perform in an environment of safety, tolerance, acceptance and respect. I call it a star, “said announcer and senior soccer player Keren Jolly.
“This means not threatening or ridiculing attendees based on race, gender, age, color, country of origin, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, or religion,” he says. I did. Movement.
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“I want you to support me,” Jolly continued. “Tigard High School, loud, proud, but positive, because greatness has no hatred.”
The Newberg football team, also known as the Tigers, has begun a fierce match against the Tigard team. Tigard finally won in close quarters, winning 27-23.
After a few weeks of controversy in Newberg, it became clear that students at Newberg High School were part of the racist “slave trade” Snapchat group. Work on blackface, Calling herself Rosa Parks Claim It was a protest against unvaccinated “racism”.
According to the Pamplin Media Group, Lauren Pefal was subsequently fired. sauce..
Southridge High School Women’s Soccer Team Kneeling In the midst of another protest against Newberg’s policy at Laurent Douglas Field earlier this month.
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