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updated 10/23/20 05.06.2020 23:00
The Shortwave Report 06/05/20 Listen Globally!
shortwaveradioreportpic A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. Radio Deutsche-Welle, Radio Havana Cuba, and NHK Japan.

This week's show features stories from Radio Deutsche-Welle, Radio Havana Cuba, and NHK Japan.

 http://www.outfarpress.com/swr200605.mp3

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05.06.2020 22:50
Riot Riot Riot
This is what is going down on the streets of Portland get into the streets!

I have been in the streets of Portland every day since this started and I have been an activist in this city for a while and have never seen anything like this. The cops are now using LRAD sound cannons who knows what tonight's activities will bring get into the streets to find out...

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FviPybYaQvE

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04.06.2020 00:20
What Happened to Indymedia?
PIMC back on-line What happened to indymedia. it seems like everything radical has gone dormant.

I remember when it started twenty years ago there was a lot of energy going into it but in like a generation the whole thing has shifted. everything has shifted. it doesn't seem like there is much of anything going on anymore. there is lots happening online but it doesn't accomplish anything particularly radical. almost all of the online organizing is filtered through corporate social media sites. i'm just a ranty old bitch but i am trying to understand why the radical movements of the recent 20 years mostly just whithered up and disappeared and it seems like no one even noticed it happened.

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03.06.2020 22:31
Anyone know what is happening in Portland for Mayday?
Just the question.....

I know there are efforts in Portland and the United States to have a General Strike, but usually there is a coalition that is organizing things in Portland anyone know if there is one this year and what they are doing?

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03.06.2020 22:26
Portland Copwatch has an incident report line
We want to invite people who witness or experience first hand any enforcement of the Governor's stay-at-home order, whether it's a warning or a citation, to let us know about it. Ideally you should have evidence of the encounter. The number for the incident report line is 503-321-5120.

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03.06.2020 22:22
Copwatch: COMMENTS ON VEHICLE TOW, ALCOHOL USE AND OTHER DIRECTIVES FEBRUARY 2020
Below are our comments on the six Directives posted for February 2020
In relaying the first four items to our constituents, we noted that they
all seem to relate to questionable behavior which put officers in front
of the Police Review Board or in the media in the last 10 months.

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03.06.2020 22:20
Sandy Peace Vigil on March 6th - 13 years
The schedule for the Peace Vigil is from 4 to 5 p.m. on the first Friday of each month. Snow, Rain or shine, cold or hot, we've been coming out since February 2nd of 2007.

Power to the Peaceful!

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03.06.2020 22:17
RACE TALKS: 2.11.20 An Open Dialogue: Portland Parent Union & PPS Board of Education
Join PDX Race Talks on Tuesday 2/11/20 for an open forum in which board and union members will participate in facilitated discussion groups to hear the concerns of parents, students, and citizens regarding equitable opportunities and outcomes for our youth.

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updated 4.10.20 28.03.2020 12:47
The Shortwave Report 03/27/20 Listen Globally!
shortwave report A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home.

This week's show features stories from NHK Japan, Radio Deutsche-Welle, Radio Havana Cuba, and Sputnik Radio.

 http://www.outfarpress.com/swr200327.mp3

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12.01.2020 08:46
Video: Portland Human Rights Commission Meeting Jan 8 2020
This is the first meeting of the year for the Portland Human Rights Commission (PHRC).
It was 2. 5 hours and it was open to the public.
The public has a few minutes to speak during the public comment section at the beginning of the meeting.

 https://youtu.be/jYn-33qz4xs (2 hrs 18 mins video)

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12.01.2020 08:43
Portland Copwatch Announces Text-to-Incident-Report Line
The Incident Report Line--> 503-321-5120 now will take text messages.

Portland Copwatch uses the Incident Report Line to further one of its organizational priorities, to empower survivors of police misconduct to pursue their grievances, with the goal of resolving individual cases and preventing future occurrences.

www.portlandcopwatch.org

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12.01.2020 08:40
JBLM Soldier Arrested in Oregon
JBLM uses false police reports to cause Oregon police to arrest AWOL soldier.

Christopher Lee Gardner deserted his post at Joint Base Lewis-McChord after being targeted and continuously harassed [...]

The JBLMATO stated that Gardner was a potential homegrown violent extremist (HVE) because he had expressed disagreement with government policies and potential upcoming deployments. JBLM officials sent out a state-wide bulletin claiming that Gardner was armed and dangerous - a common practice to get civilian police agencies to apprehend military deserters - although there was not any evidence that Gardner actually posed a threat to himself or others.

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18.12.2019 11:33
Video: Emily G. Gottfried Human Rights Awards - Portland Or 12.11.19
The Portland Human Rights Commission annual awards honors community human rights champions who work to eliminate discrimination and bigotry; strengthen inter-group relationships; and foster greater understanding, inclusion, and justice for those who live, work, study, worship, travel and play in the city of Portland.

 https://youtu.be/xUw2Yi-NR_M [video 57 minutes]

The Portland Human Rights Commission held their Emily G. Gottfried Human Rights Awards on 12.11.19 at the Tiffany Center in Portland Oregon. It included a lunch buffet and the award ceremony for three categories in 2019 (Lifetime Achievement, Emerging Leader, and Outstanding Organization.) This event was free and open to the public.

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30.11.2019 11:09
No Fair is Fair
This was my first protest I have been to in a long time. I went cause of what is happening around the world right now and a new class consciousness emerging we have not had a class consciousness in this country in a long time. When I arrived there were a few young people dressed in black standing on the edge of pioneer square. After a few minutes more continued to arrive I would say a few dozen came. One participant asked me if I had a mask I said I did and thanked them for their concern. There was some right wing agitators and trolls but many people came up and asked me what was happening and I told them the best I could, but they needed to talk to the Youth Liberation Front. Seriously a great group of youth dedicated and passionate. After being there for a while I had to leave afterwards they marched on trimet and took free ride.

Say no to Trimet cops they way to fund trimet is to not criminalize the poor!

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10.11.2019 10:16
Americans for Safe Access Portland Chapter Planning Meeting
The Portland chapter-in-development of Americans for Safe Access will be holding a planning meeting on November 18 from 6-7:45 PM at NW Library (2300 NW Thurman St., PDX). Join us to learn more about advocating for the medical cannabis community on a local and national level.

[...] The meeting will include a brief presentation about Americans for Safe Access, a review of the chapter paperwork that must be submitted for approval, and a discussion of how our chapter can participate in regional and national campaigns. The meeting will be held at the NW Library (2300 NW Thurman St., PDX) and is open to all ages.

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