'Stand Against Racism' highlights race bias against Native Americans

The Red Road Drummers of the Omak Red Road Association perform an honor song before Wenatchee Valley College at Omak’s third “Stand Against Racism”  event Wednesday, April 25.

Photo by Sarah Highfield
The Red Road Drummers of the Omak Red Road Association perform an honor song before Wenatchee Valley College at Omak’s third “Stand Against Racism” event Wednesday, April 25.



— On the former territory of the southern Okanogan tribe, Wenatchee Valley College at Omak students heard several accounts of racism against Native Americans.

It marked the college’s third year participating in the national “Stand Against Racism” Wednesday, April 25...

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