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Video: The State of Oregon's unions: Strong, United, Galvanized - Portland 6.27.18
From the open publishing newswire: A rally on the steps of City Hall Rally in Portland on 6.27.18 for Union Solidarity after the announcement of the Supreme Courts decision in Janus vs AFSCME
The State of Oregon's unions: Strong, United, Galvanized
https://youtu.be/iwM6zGc54xs (video 31 minutes)
THIS SAT. J30 PROTEST VIOLENT PATRIOT PRAYER
From the open publishing newswire: Saturday J30 at 4 PM - 7 PM
4 days from now · 55-75° Scattered Clouds
Terry D. Schrunk Plaza
364 SW Madison St., Portland, Oregon 97204
Joey Gibson and his crew of violent bigots unfortunately are once again calling for a rally in Portland which is without fail a pretext for assorted Alt Right bullies, Nazis, homophobes, and unsavory characters to gather in hopes of brutalizing the most vulnerable people they can find.
It is very important that antifascists keep up the pressure so that we can stop them once and for all.
Fighting Talk: Lessons from UK Antifascists June 19 Portland
From the open publishing newswire: Three anti-fascists with decades of experiences between them will be sharing their insights into anti-fascist activism in the UK. From street brawls with the National Front in the 80s through to smashing the neo-Nazi terror outfit National Action in the 2010s, this talk will cover what was done, why it was done and what can be learned from the successes and mistakes.
June 19 7 PM - 9 PM
In Other Words Feminist Community Center
Pitch a Tent on June 8th in Portland Oregon @ Grand Floral Parade
From the open publishing newswire: Friday, June 8th at 10:30 am, nonprofit Right 2 Survive kicks off the eighth annual Pitch a Tent, a 24-hour direct action event designed to elevate the conversation around survival camping in our community. Pitch a Tent highlights the diverse lived experience of unhoused and formerly unhoused people through music, testimony, interactive art and education.
Pitch a Tent highlights the diverse lived experience of unhoused and formerly unhoused people through music, testimony, interactive art and education. It calls attention to the cognitive dissonance present in city decisions that once a year allow for recreational camping along the 4.2 mile Grand Floral Parade route, while criminalizing the everyday efforts to survive of those who have no other choice but to live outside.
Protest militarism at the Rose Festival--Navy & Coast Guard 6.9.18
From the open publishing newswire: JOIN US to protest militarism at the Rose Festival--Navy & Coast Guard warships at the downtown seawall and military recruiting booths at CityFair.
Sat. June 9th - 1:30 to 3:30 pm. We will meet by NW Naito Parkway, a
couple of blocks north of the Burnside Bridge.
Portland Police Directives: DIRECTIVE 650.00 SEARCH, SEIZURES AND INVENTORIES
From the open publishing newswire: DIRECTIVE 650.00 SEARCH, SEIZURES AND INVENTORIES
We last commented on this Directive in October, 2014. It appears that
none of our comments led to changes in the policy, and moreover no
changes were made at all to the policy.
As such, we will simply repeat our previous comments here albeit with some fine-tuning and updates:
--One term that jumps out in the directive is the exception to searches needing warrants called "stop and frisk" (Section 2.1). While the term "frisk" is defined ("a cursory pat-down type physical search of a person), the action of a police "stop and frisk" is not.
Video: May Day 2018 Portland Solidarity
From the open publishing newswire: video link to the May Day event in Lents Park in Portland Oregon 2018
https://youtu.be/qa1EBQsrdcY (1 hour 34 minutes) (music speeches poems)
picture link to the May Day event: http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2018/05/435739.shtml
Restaurants for Raphael House - May 16th
From the open publishing newswire: Dine out for a cause on Wednesday, May 16th and support Raphael House of Portland's life-saving domestic violence shelter and prevention programs!
More than 45 local restaurants have pledged a portion of their day's proceeds to help adults and children escaping partner violence. You can make a difference simply by enjoying a meal - or several - at any participating eatery in Portland, Lake Oswego, and Beaverton.
Video: Cop Watching on 10th street 3.29.18 in Portland
From the open publishing newswire: On 3.29.18 I observed a half dozen Portland Police cars and a Homeland Security vehicle on SW 10th street by the Galleria Max stop.
There were two men who were handcuffed. One in a stairwell corner and one already inside a police SUV. They were both taken from the scene by ambulance, there also was one handcuffed lady, who was released. I over heard (while filming) words like heroin, having warrants, a shooting under the bridge. I also noticed three Target employees-security talking with the police. The one Homeland Security officer was standing and watching the handcuffed lady. He was not being aggressive or engaging, he casually slipped away around 4 minutes into the video. I captured a police officer un-cuffing the lady and handing the handcuffs to the Homeland Security Officer at 3:58 in the video, just before he takes off.
Portland, Oregon: Winter Autonomous Convergence on January 23
From the open publishing newswire: Monday, January 23 from 4-7:30 pm at North Portland Library, 512 N Killingsworth, there will be an assembly to serve as a forum for strategizing and an entry point to get plugged into radical organizing.
On January 20, 2018, people around the US will host solidarity and outreach events to support defendants from Trump's inauguration, Standing Rock, and other ongoing struggles and to create new connections for the road ahead. [...]
"Build the Base, Take the Initiative."
VIDEO: RACE TALKS 11.14.17 - "DON'T SHOOT PDX"
From the open publishing newswire: RACE TALKS presents: "DON'T SHOOT PDX"
Video link: https://youtu.be/2CA_o12ecNE
11-14-17 @ McMenamins
Teressa Raiford, Community Organizer with Don't Shoot PDX
Glenn Waco, Artist and local youth activist
Nicole Gamboa, Rose, Board Secretary of Don't Shoot Portland
Barbie Wu, Activist with Asians for Black Lives
Reclaim and Celebrate Armistice Day - NOVEMBER 11th 2017 in Portland
From the open publishing newswire: Reclaim and Celebrate Armistice Day
(aka Veterans Day) as a Day of Peace with Veterans For Peace Chapter 72 at Pioneer Courthouse Square @ 701 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Veterans For Peace has taken the lead in lifting up the original intention of November 11th—as a day for peace. As veterans, we know that a day that celebrates peace, not war, is the best way to honor the sacrifices of veterans. We want generations after us to never know the destruction war has wrought on people and the earth.
SUN's First Annual Nonviolence Conference at PSU
From the open publishing newswire: Sunday, November 12th, 2017
10AM - 6PM
PSU SMITH 338/55
Jo Ann Hardesty - Building a Sanctuary City in a Time of Heightened White Supremacy
Alison Allen-Hall and Adam Vogal - Bystander Intervention and Deescalation Training
Parfait Bassalé - Live music and storytelling