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EQUAL RIGHTS FOR ALL 04.04.2004 23:34
Transgenders, Families Gear Up to Lobby on Capitol Hill
Transgender activists from all over America will converge on Capitol Hill, April 29-30 to lobby Congress for transgender inclusion in, and passage of hate crimes and employment rights legislation. Lobby Days 2004 is sponsored by the National Transgender Advocacy Coalition (NTAC), the country's largest and most active organization advocating for the rights of transgender Americans at federal, state, and local levels.

Among those in attendance will be victims of anti-transgender hate crimes and family members of those who have been victims. Attendees include Sylvia and Imelda Guerrero, mother and aunt of murdered Newark, California teenager Gwen Araujo, Queen Washington, the mother of teenaged Stephanie Thomas who, along with her friend Ukea Davis, was cut down in a hail of gunfire at a stop-sign in Washington DC, and Ethan St. Pierre, host of the internet community radio show TransFM and nephew of Boston-area transwoman Debra Forte, who fell victim to a hate-inspired murder in 1995.

Before visiting Congressional offices on April 29-30, NTAC will hold a plenary session at the University of Maryland's Annapolis Hall, in the southeast quadrant of the main campus.


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ONE MORE THING FOR THE PO PO'S & CORPORATE MEDIA TO TRACK 04.04.2004 17:56
Indymedia Takes Over Your TV
On April 4th, Portland Indymedia will launch its premiere episode of Indymedia News. This half-hour news show will feature local to international news, editorials, and interviews from a perspective you will never find on the corporate media. Expect no official government lines or self-censored stories here. We tell it like it is... with your help.

In addition to original reporting, stories are drawn from the Indymedia newswire to give real people their own voice in deciding what is news and how their stories should be told. By taking back the media, we have the power to shape our own reality instead of having corporate interests tell us what to think, what to do, and how to keep quiet. It's time to show them we're awake and the truth is being broadcast out loud!

On our first episode you will hear stories about the coup in Haiti, the leaked Pentagon report about global warming, efforts to oust Chavez from office in Venezuela, Portland police corruption, gay marriage, the children's garden, the No Starbucks campaign, and the tightening of the embargo against Cuba.

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04.04.2004 14:59
Indymedia Takes Over Your TV
On April 4th, Portland Indymedia will launch its premiere episode of Indymedia News. This half-hour news show will feature local to international news, editorials, and interviews from a perspective you will never find on the corporate media. Expect no official government lines or self-censored stories here. We tell it like it is... with your help.

In addition to original reporting, stories are drawn from the Indymedia newswire to give real people their own voice in deciding what is news and how their stories should be told. By taking back the media, we have the power to shape our own reality instead of having corporate interests tell us what to think, what to do, and how to keep quiet. It's time to show them we're awake and the truth is being broadcast out loud!

On our first episode you will hear stories about the coup in Haiti, the leaked Pentagon report about global warming, efforts to oust Chavez from office in Venezuela, Portland police corruption, gay marriage, the children's garden, the No Starbucks campaign, and the tightening of the embargo against Cuba. The first show will air tonight at 10:30pm on channel 22.

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THEY NEED US, WE DONT NEED THEM 04.04.2004 13:13
Mommy, What is Government?
The sun had just set over the Martian landscape and the thin atmosphere was still lit with a blue glow. The Castro family had finished dinner and watched the sun set through the thick windows of their home, a large structure primarily beneath the surface, but with one level above where the surface could be seen. Maria Castro sat on the couch, snuggled against her mother. The local educational collective had shown an old film about war on Earth. It was a strange world, Earth, with many concepts and ideas foreign to Maria. Maria looked up at her mother and asked, "Mommy, what is government?"

"Something we left behind on Earth, my dear," she replied. "Why do you ask?" "I saw a film today about a war on Earth. The filmed mentioned the word 'government.' I never heard that word before," said Maria. "Well, Maria," said her mother, "I've never lived under a government so what I have to say may not be accurate. However, I will tell you what my father told me." The mother pondered thoughtfully for a moment, as if struggling for words, and then she began to recount what she had heard about government.

"A long time ago, back on Earth, before it was destroyed in a great war, people did not live freely as they do here on Mars. Most people believed that humans were evil by nature and that they needed to be controlled by other humans." "That's silly," said Maria. "First of all, people are neither good nor evil. We begin our lives ignorant and we learn to be ethical. Secondly, if people were evil by nature, how could it be that some would be good enough to lead the evil?"

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SELECTION 2004 03.04.2004 20:13
VIDEO FILES: Dennis Kucinich at Portland Saturday Market
On March 27, 2004, Democratic Presidential Candidate Dennis Kucinich visited Portland Saturday Market, as part of a tour of Oregon. His tour through the market was captured by local videographer, Frank Mahoney from which he edited an excellent 5 1/2 minute video.

[ DSL/CABLE Stream ]
[ 56K Stream ]

Dennis schmoozes with the folks at the Market, enjoys some Saturday Market music and street corner theatre. He states that "its's time that the Democratic Party takes a strong stand for peace. This whole debate on Iraq is drifting....we need to insist on a new direction for this country; we need to work with the world community and we need to bring the U.N. in and we need to bring our troops home...............It's time to start acting on a vision of a world as one; a world that is interconnected and interdependent." The Oregon tour also included Eugene and Ashland Oregon.

Kucinich Oregon website ]


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POLICE THE POLICE 02.04.2004 11:29
need 36 more cop names for deck of cards
We, as in anybody who wants to help out, are making a deck of cards featuring the worst of portland's police forces. This will be uploaded as a free file so anybody can print them out, so you can carry them with you and identify the most dangerous cops before they get too close to you.
<br>Ok, the idea is Aces are for cops that pull the strings and make things worse by creating policies, commanding units that crust civil rights, etc. Using foxworth here is a cop-out (forgive the pun) because he pales in comarison to some of the PPB cops when it comes to real effects. The trick? Picking the four worst for the aces.
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Kings (again, only four) are for the most violent cops, not just cops who have killed people but cops who are MOST likely to kill/injure people AGAIN. Narrowing the field down to four here is of course, hard.
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Queens and Jacks will be filled with the remaining ultra-violent cops and those who act like Ace cops, but are just not as good at crushing your rights as the Aces.
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<a href=" link to portland.indymedia.org target="_blank">Photos Of PBB</a>

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9/11 INVESTIGATION 02.04.2004 09:42
AUDIO: Michael Ruppert at 9-11 Citizen's Inquiry in San Francisco 3/28
Here are two mp3 files for the speech (about 30 minutes) and the focus group held thereafter in an upstairs room with about 40 people. The audio quality is quite poor and hopefully someone that has "real" recordings will post them. But this information should be set free so here it is.

MP3s at 4.3 mebibytes [ 1 | 2 ]

Richard Heinberg, author of "War, Oil and the Fate of Industrial Societies" spoke before Ruppert so he was in the meeting room as Ruppert came in, and they both talked with the group. That Q/A file, however, only covers the last 65% of that session (technical difficulties with the recorder.

The audio quality is poor, and the coughing and loud comments from people around the mic can sometimes be heard. But the content is accessible if you listen closely. :-)

related: [ pdx indy 911 Investigation | pdx indy interviews with Mike Ruppert (April 2002) ]

AUDIO: Ralph Schoenman in San Francisco / 9-11 Citizen's Inquiry
MP3s [ Schoenman Talk | Schoenman Q/A ]
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FOREST DEFENSE 02.04.2004 09:35
Fire and Forests Roadshow in Cascadia all month!
Traveling in a 40-foot biodiesel-powered bus, an energetic, creative troupe of activists, musicians and performers are traveling from Bellingham, Washington to Palo Alto, California to mobilize support for the permanent protection of the threatened Siskiyou Wild Rivers area. This world-class place in southwestern Oregon is threatened by Biscuit post-fire logging - the largest timber sale in the modern history of our national forests.

The evening shows include performance, video, slideshows and songs by veteran activist and musician Peg Millet to amuse, amaze and inspire. We will explore the special qualities of the Siskiyou Wild Rivers area, fire ecology, fire politics, and examine the controversial Biscuit post-fire logging project.

Ending with an empowering message of hope and a call to action, we guarantee you will have a good time. Bring your friends!

More information about the tour is available at o2collective.org. A partial listing of events is [ here ].


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POLITICAL THEORY 02.04.2004 09:31
The Machine of Personal Responsibility: On the History of Liberal Ideology
[This article originally published in the Brazilian newspaper Folha in 1997 is translated from the German on the World Wide Web, www.krisis.org.]

Liberalism claims "freedom" for itself in its name. The liberal pathos invokes the personal initiative and personal responsibility of the individual. At first this always sounds good. Who would oppose this beautiful term? However as enlightened creatures of the modern age, we also know that words may not be trusted. When George Orwell wrote his negative utopia "1984", his theme was public language whose terms mean the opposite of what they say officially. As a rhetorical form of whitewashing, this language was known from antiquity as "euphemism" The ancient Greeks described their demonic goddesses of revenge whose hairs were weaving snakes as "well-meaning". The term liberalism may have arisen in a similar connection.

To discover the truth about a phenomenon of social life, going back to its origins is always recommended. Liberalism arose as opposition to the early modern military states of absolutist monarchies and principalities in the 17th and 18th centuries. However there was another far greater opposition of the masses at the same time who were not involved with liberalism. Comparing these two forms of opposition is very revealing.

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UPDATE ON TRE ARROW 01.04.2004 23:41
Victoria Jail "Taking every Bit" of what Tre Has Left
Hunger Strike: Day 20
CALL, FAX, WRITE:
Phone: (250) 953-4400
Fax (250) 953 4453

Rawn Phalen
Victoria Island Regional Corrections Center
4216 Wilkinson Road
Victoria BC
Canada

[ sample letter ]

Tre Arrow told me today the Victoria jail is "taking every last bit of what I have left" by depriving him of any connection with grass or the outdoors, by depriving him of any beathable air and by locking him in a solitary cell for 23 hours a day. In his first conversation with any American supporter since being put in solitary confinement on Monday, Tre urged everyone to blanket the jail with phone calls, letters, and faxes until the jail backs off its cruelty.

What caused the jail to put him in solitary confinement? The jail says it is concerned for his health. This is completely false because Tre was doing fine until his current punishment began, and now he feels "horrible."

Please call the jail to urge an end to Tre's solitary confinement. It is only by shining the light of day on this travesty will Tre ever have a chance to be fairly treated.
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STUDENT ORGANIZING 01.04.2004 21:39
STARC Alliance National Conference
The annual STARC Alliance National Conference is a convergence of activists and organizers that work to challenge a social and economic system that exploits resources and people while reinforcing privilege and oppression. The STARC Alliance National Conference will be a unique opportunity for youth and student activists and organizers from all over the country to come together to build a youth and student movement!

Student organizers and activists will be meeting at Portland State University April 2nd-4th, 2004. The conference will be an opportunity for you to:

  • Meet with rad people doing amazing organizing from all parts of the country!
  • Share resources and strategies for successful grassroots projects and campaigns!
  • Build a movement of liberation and anti-oppression!
  • Raise your voice, express your passion, get inspired!

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MEDIA CRITICISM 01.04.2004 09:48
KGW censors photo of Jason Sery, killer of James Jahar Perez
Local channel KGW broadcast a photo of Jason Sery on their 6pm news broadcast this evening. The photo was probably taken while he was an officer in Montana. It accompanied a story about his service in Missoula, I think. Anyway, the same story ran at 11pm, but his photo had been blurred out. Was it self-censorship, or did KGW get some "feedback" from the Portland Police between the 6 and 11 broadcasts? Has his photo been published anywhere else?

A commenter writes: one of the issues at hand is the TV news still has to deal with the police in the future so if the news media doesn't step in line with the police of course things will get worse for the stations. the police and the news in Portland are not getting along as well as the police would like you to believe.

Another commenter adds: One thing that can be done to keep up the pressure is to renew the efforts to get the picture of Scott McCollister [killer of Kendra James] and get it up here. It'll be a real psychological boost for the PIMC & progressive activist community to get this "gottcha" on the Po-Po's as it'll be best trump card played to really frazzle their nerves. This issue of "photographs" is certainly a HOT BUTTON item for them, for why would KGW pull their picture of this Sery asshole, unless they were forced to do so by the cops? Pictures seem to touch lot's of raw nerves! Let's touch a lot by getting their poster boy plastered here!

related:[ Sery was target of prior excessive force lawsuit ]


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LOCAL ELECTIONS | SELECTION 2004 31.03.2004 14:04
Portland Indymedia Expands Election Coverage
Portland Indymedia is expanding election coverage with 2 new pages. To highlight elections most relevant to the people of Oregon there is an oregon elections 2004 page. This page will collect stories related to local races in Portland and around the state. A page for discussing the presidential race has also been created. The purpose of this page is to collect the various discussions of the presidential race in one place. This page will be unique in that its stories will not appear on the front page newswire as these stories have a tendancy to dominate the newswire at the expense of more locally relevant stories.

New Election Pages: [ oregon elections 2004 | selection 2004 ]


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CORPORATE DOMINANCE 31.03.2004 11:52
Your Tax Dollars to Help Home Depot Build on Burnside?
According to an Article in the Oregonian, the Portland Development Commission wants to use your tax dollars to help Home Depot locate on the east end of the Burnside Bridge. The commission is considering Home Depot to anchor a mixed-use project with condominiums and offices centered at the northwest corner of the intersection of East Burnside and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. According to the Oregonian article and a brief mention in the Tribune recently, the PDC has been anything but honest about the fact that they've been talking to Home Depot.

Funny thing is if you read the FAQ's on the PDC's website they claim: The "PDC helps make Portland a great place to live and tries to keep it that way. We call it sustained livability for our city and region. We share a vision with others of a city with a vital economy, healthy neighborhoods and quality jobs for all citizens."

Yeah hoisting a mega huge Home Depot on the Central East Side - that'll help make Portland a great place to live...

"Home Town NOT Home Depot" at sprawl-busters.com/


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RACIST POLICE STATE 31.03.2004 09:04
Pervasive Culture of Violence in Portland Police Bureau Leads to Killing
Jahar Perez is one more in a long line of people of color gunned down by the Portland police. He's the second unarmed person of color in less than a year to be murdered during the course of a "routine" traffic stop. Why is this happening?

If the PPB had dealt with officer Scott McCollister as they should have, perhaps the Perez family would not be burying one of their own today. McCollister shot Kendra James, an unarmed mother of two, in cold blood and left her to die in the street. McCollister then lied to a grand jury about his role in the killing. Although the fact that she was not armed is indisputable, the officers involved were "cleared of wrongdoing" less than a year ago. McCollister was then cannonized by the police union as being a hero and/or sacrificial lamb for having to endure a few month's suspension for the killing. The corporate media, complicit as always, continued to hide his face out of "respect," even as they continued to smear Kendra James' name with allegations of drug abuse and a "who cares, she was just a black junkie" attitude.

Not long before that, officers who gunned down an unarmed Jose Mejia Poot within the halls of a mental hospital (a MENTAL HOSPITAL!) were awarded medals by the PPB. Are these isolated incidents? Or are they symptomatic of a dangerous and pervasive culture of violence that led to the death of Jahar Perez? I believe it is the latter. [ Read more... ]

Failure to Signal

James Jahar Perez was killed after being pulled over for 'failure to signal' - I would like to know how many white people have been pulled over for 'failure to signal' in the last year, vs. people of color. Wasn't the PPB supposed to be compiling data on the race of people involved in traffic stops? Where can this information be found?

A commenter adds: "Laws" against failure-to-signal,rolling stops,visibility,etc.,exist solely to provide an excuse for the cops to pull over hippies,black people,the poor, Mexicans,any disenfranchised group.This is why conservatives resist any liberalization of these codes. [ Read more... ]

counterproductive police

We pay these guys to make our fine city safer! What I want to say is that people on any and kinds of drugs are a hundred times less dangerous than people who are angry. When somebody is pissed off anyone in front of them becomes a good target. Now a few of our police officers are making a bunch of people angry.

The police officers union should stop protecting sub-marginal officers who take the high wages we give them and make our fine city more dangerous for everyone, especially bus drivers, cabbies, conveience store clerks and such. I am outraged but not suprised that a human being lost their life for the lack of a turn signal. [ Read more... ]

Portland Indymedia does it again...has the cops on the run...
They had brief interview with "Pastor" whatshisname from the Southwest Bible Church of Beaverton, and how did the newspeak folk at Channel 12 find out about this church and their connections to Officer Jason Sery? Bet they found out by reading it here in the Portland Indymedia...their media of choice!

Way to go folks! We ARE making a difference! [ Read more... ]

background: [ Portland Police Murder Unarmed Black Man (28 Mar. 04) | 15 Hours Later, Po-Po Still Mute (29 Mar. 04) ]


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PROTEST POLICE BRUTALITY 31.03.2004 08:53
April 1: Community Dialogue on 3rd Anniversary of Jose Mejia Death
Three years after the police killing of Jose Mejia Poot, the community has not forgotten him and has not ceased to demand justice. This is even more important in the wake of the police's most recent murder of yet another unarmed person of color. SPEAK OUT and make connections with your sisters and brothers who are struggling for justice!

Jose Santos Victor Mejia Poot was killed by the police on April 1, 2001. 3 years later, what has changed?

SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES
Thursday, April 1, 2004 6:30PM
Ockley Green Middle School Auditorium
6031 N. Montana, Portland


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THE INJUSTICE SYSTEM 31.03.2004 08:51
Tre Arrow Punished for Speaking Out
I spoke with Tre early this morning, and he has a message to pass on to all of you. He has been moved into solitary confinement. The warden, Rawn Phalen, who is the director of the VIRCC (where he is being held), expressly said that if it had been simply a fast, then he would not have moved Tre from regular cell. However, because of the media involvement and because this is a protest, he's moving Tre to "observe" him and Phalen claims that he's concerned with Tre's health and well-being. Of course, if he were truly concerned, then he would not be depriving Tre of fresh air and adequate exercise.

All of Tre's things have been taken from him, and so of course he does not have access to his phone numbers, etc. There are radioactive fluorescent lights blaring down on him 24 hours a day. There is cold blasting at him while he sleeps and last night he was freezing. There is one small window, but it is covered in opaque glass. He now has restricted access to the phone and fresh air. His visits are now confined to the box (using a phone to talk and a full thick pane of glass between he and his visitors)..

He believes this is a reaction to the media (publicity, as there was a press conference held yesterday in Victoria) and now he is being punished.

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FOREST DEFENSE 31.03.2004 08:48
"Climbing Eric", violent assaulter of tree-sitters, still avoiding justice
Freshwater, CA - A year has passed since the mass treesit extractions began in Freshwater Creek. They were carried out under cover of the pre-emptive war on Iraq. High above the ground, non-violent activists were forcibly removed from old-growth redwoods slated for cut by the Texas-based Maxxam Corporation.

Eric Schatz, of Schatz Tree Service, led the charge to remove treesitters. He bought an ad in the paper saying he and his crew were there to 'rescue' treesitters, and his main concern was safety. Despite the rhetoric, treesitters were kicked, choked, hung up side down, threatened, hot-tied and sexually harassed. Schatz continues to employ Michael Oxman, who has violently and repeatedly mishandled activists, even as he is told "you gotta get off him" or "ok Ox, give him some air." According to reporters who have spoken with Schatz, he is proud of what his crew accomplished -- aiding in the removal of fifteen treesitters in Freshwater alone, clearing the way for Maxxam to continue illegal logging of the already impaired area.

Most of the trees activists fought to defend are gone, but the legal repercussions rage on.


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ENVIRONMENT | ANIMAL RIGHTS 30.03.2004 18:55
BPA continues with plans to trade a viable ecosystem for $$
Although the public has been most concerned about salmon, the truth is there are many fish that travel the waters of the Columbia river. And all these fish have been imperiled by the presence of dams, and their associated churning turbines, in these waters. Not only the fish, but the birds, mammals, and fragile riparian ecosystem that depend upon their presence has been jeopardized by the dams.

In generating electricity to feed our insatiable consumption habits, Bonneville and other, smaller power managers have made tremendous profits from the water. However, they have also decimated fish populations and utterly changed both the landscape and the character of the Columbia river basin. Bonneville repeatedly failed to shoulder any responsibility for undoing the damage wrought by the dams. Then, last May, after a long struggle by environmentalists, US District Judge James Redden ruled that the government's plan to protect fish on the Columbia was inadequate. It appeared that the water would once again be required to be shared with the fish.

Since then, however, the BPA has been busily seeking ways to avoid the implementation or continuation of measures that would mitigate damage caused by the presence of the dams in the middle of the Columbian ecosystem. For example, dam operators have been required to open spillways in the summer to provide safe passage to fish rather than shooting them through the churning turbines. Bonneville has fought this requirement tooth and nail, and it looks as if they have finally paid off the right people somewhere.

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NEWS FROM OUR BROTHER 30.03.2004 09:40
Report on Tre Arrow's first court appearance in Victoria, BC
Victoria BC -- Tre Arrow had his first court appearance Monday, March 29th, where his Canadian lawyer, Tim Russell, requested a continuance. Tre's next appearance is scheduled for April 20, 2004.

Afterward there was a press conference, which involved the wonderful Mira reading a statement which had been prepared by Tre to communicate tre's desire for the world to focus on the social and environmental issues taking place in our backyard including cuts to welfare, the "working forests initiative", and the norsky pulp mill pumping pollution all over Vancouver Island. Mira brilliantly avoided the Corporate media's attempts to bring her down to their level. [ Read more... ]

previous Tre features: [ Indy reporter Travels to BC To Check on Tre Arrow (25 Mar) | Tre Arrow Speaks Out (19 Mar) | Portland lawyer shares more from Tre Arrow (18 Mar) | Portland lawyer: My Conversation with Tre Arrow (16 Mar) | Tre Arrow Arrested by FBI (15 Mar) ]

upcoming event: [ April 4: Seeds of Justice Plant Sale - A fundraiser for Tre's legal defense ]


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