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Oak Ridge varsity trojans playing against the Davis blue devils. The team displays the modern interpretation of Iroquoian form of the game, with the longer, single stick and box and field.
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For the Love of Lacrosse; Who to Thank and Recognize

Being ranked number one in Sacramento, and tenth in Norcal, Oak Ridge highly values their award winning lacrosse team. However, what many students don’t know about our dearly beloved sport is that lacrosse has Native American origins. Although conquistadors and Europeans have continually, inhumanely oppressed Natives throughout history, Natives still […]

Jim Crow laws legalized segregation including drinking fountains
Politics United States

Are Voting Rights for African-Americans Still an Important Issue Today?

For centuries, African-American rights has been a controversial issue. America has evolved for the benefit of the country-especially in the situation of voting rights. However, African American’s right to vote is still a matter in the 21st century. To this day, equal voting rights for people are still not addressed […]

Is Podcasting the New Radio?
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Is Podcasting the New Radio?

Ever wanted to have your voice heard on the radio? Ever wanted to be a famous radio star that everyone in your town or city would know? The radio stations here in the Sacramento area have some voices that the people around here would be very familiar with if they […]

The Ku Klux Klan Terrorists
Politics United States

The Ku Klux Klan Terrorists

Terrorism. This is a word that has the ability to strike fear, cause destruction, and rip lives apart. Terrorism is defined as the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims. When most people hear this word they think of a group like […]

Separate water fountains. (Quora)
Politics United States

Jim Crow Laws

The injustice of African Americans in the judicial system is undeniable.  From minor crimes being blown out of proportion to the convicted receiving the maximum sentences offered, many of us wonder where in history did the laws wordlessly embed this treatment on others, long after slavery has been abolished and […]