Oregon School Board Removes ‘Lynch’ from School Names Despite Historical Significance

News Lead / August 11, 2017

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An Oregon school district has decided to remove the word “lynch” from three school names due to the negative association the word carries with lynching despite the fact that the schools were named after a family who donated land for the schools to be founded.






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