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MEDIA ACTIVISM 28.10.2002 23:06
Eugene 11/4: Guerrilla Video Primer Premier!
Monday, Nov. 4th 8 PM
WOW Hall (8th and Lincoln)

$5 admission

From the open publishing newswire: The Guerrilla Video Primer is a behind-the-scenes look at "what it takes to get the shot" in the forests of the Northwest and on the streets of Eugene, Seattle, D.C., NYC, Quebec City and Palestine. (The Palestine footage, shot by a member of the New York Independent Media Center, is especially incredible.) [ Full Story ] [ Cascadia Media Collective ]

FOREST DEFENSE 28.10.2002 16:59
Timber Company Climbers Try to Fetch Tree-Sitters From Their Perches
From the open publishing newswire: As per an agreement signed by PL and other parties after the death of forest activist David Gypsy Chain in 1998 as a result of a logger falling a tree directly on him, timber workers are supposed to cease cutting operations when they encounter protesters and contact their supervisor, and when appropriate, the Sheriffs Dept. In any event, the loggers are not permitted to carry out law enforcement activity unless deputized. Despite this, two climbers today cut two sitters out of "lock boxes" they had attached themselves in high in a 600 year old Douglas fir tree. At last report, law enforcement had arrived on the scene at about 12:45, but falling of trees continued. [ Read More... ]

ANTI-A.L.C.A. / NO F.T.A.A. 28.10.2002 15:28
Las movilizaciones Anti-ALCA en Ecuador
Del sala de noticias: Desde el 30 al 1 de noviembre de 2002 se reunirán en Quito, capital del Ecuador, cerca de 1000 empresarios que revisarán y harán propuestas el segundo borrador del Área del Libre Comercio de las Américas - ALCA e inmediatamente después se realizará la Séptima Reunión de Ministros de las Américas (pagina web oficial | programa) del 31 al 3 de noviembre en la que se analizarán las propuestas de los "únicos que tienen voz" para decidir el futuro de las Américas, los poderosos y sus cómplices- los actuales gobiernos de turno, menos el gobierno de Cuba.

Los movimientos sociales: organizaciones indígenas y campesinas, de mujeres, de pobladores, estudiantes de todo el continente han organizado las Jornadas de Movilización ANTI-ALCA que tendrán su gran epicentro en Quito pero que se multiplicarán en cada unos de los países del Continente Americano. [ Lee mas... ]

The FTAA Protests in Ecuador
From the 30th to the 1st of November, 2002, in Quito, the capitol of Ecuador, around 1,000 businesspeople will revise and make proposals regarding the second rough draft of the Free Trade Area of the Americas - FTAA, and immediately following this event the Seventh Ministerial Meeting of the Americas (official web page | program) will be carried out, from the 31st to the 3rd of November, where the proposals will be discussed of the "only ones who have a voice" in order to decide upon the future of the Americas, the powerful and their cohorts - the actual goverments of the moment, except Cuba.

The Social Movements: campesino and indigenous organizations, women, people from poor neighborhoods, students, people from all over the Continent have organized the anti/FTAA protests, which will have as their major epicenter Quito, but these actions will also be multiplied throughout the American Continent. [ Read More... ]

Radical Street Festival On Halloween in Portland
While thousands of landless workers, peasant farmers, environmental and labor activists converge in Quito, Ecuador on Oct. 31 to stop the FTAA meetings from tightening the grip of corporate greed around the earth and our throats, PORTLAND RISES UP IN SOLIDARITY!! [T]here will be a radical street festival beginning at 3:30 pm at Terry Schrunk Plaza on SW 3rd and Jefferson in downtown portland. Together, we will take to the streets to raise awareness about the FTAA and show solidarity with our brothers and sisters in latin america, and have a lot of fun doing it! There will be Costumes, Puppets, an old time band doing a squaredance, two marching bands including the Infernal Noise Brigade, a samba band, Hip-Hop, dancing, possibly some acrobats, street theatre, juggling, and whatever else you want to bring or do!

Come join us in the festive spirit of resistance to how the global elite would have us live. Represent with us the sense of liberation and equality that we envision for the western hemisphere and the rest of the world. Another America Is Possible. [ Read More... ]

[ ecuador indymedia | Stop the FTAA website ]

BIKE ACTIVISM 27.10.2002 21:14
Ashland Halloween Critical Mass
From the open publishing newswire: I am happy to discover that there's a great group of people riding in Ashland every last Friday of the month, coinciding with CM's around the world. Friday was the Halloween ride (about 30 people showed up), and my first group ride since moving down here. Word didn't get out early enough that it was a Halloween ride so there were only a handful in some semblance of costume, but the mood was celebratory! Two cop cars eventually halted the ride after following us for several minutes and cited three people, including myself, for failure to use the bike lane. Despite this absurdity, I noticed that there seems to be a lot of support for riders here from people on the sidewalks, drivers, and even one shopkeeper who came out to yell support for us. [ Read More... ]

Honk and say 'YES' to measure 27!
From the open publishing newswire: Are you feeling down about the 6 million dollars spent to cloud the initiative to label genetically engineered foods? Upset that "no on 27" ads run about every 15 minutes during prime time tv? Why not take that out to the street?

I spent two hours today with a HONK! sign and was re-energized with the response. People really don't want this franken-crap. Standing on the corner encouraging them to vote yes helps remind them of this. It also helps short-circuit the evil-doers "no on 27" PR campaign. Wanna try? Here's how... [ Read More... ]

National Week of Action against GMO Foods Includes Freaky Franken-Wedding
From the open publishing newswire: This Halloween season, help get Frankenfoods off the shelves by joining Greenpeace and the GE-Free Markets Coalition for the National Supermarket Week of Action. The hardworking folks from Northwest Resistance Against Genetic Engineering have prepared a spectactularly spooky Safeway event you won't want to miss!

Dust off your formal wear, bring a gues, and join us! Come help us protest Safeway's use of genetically engineered foods. Tell them you refuse to be their guinea pig! Proper wedding attire is appreciated but not required. Light refreshments will be served. See you at the wedding! Wednesday, Oct. 30, 11 am - 1 pm, Lloyd Center Safeway. [ Details ]


POLITICS 27.10.2002 21:04
Paul Wellstone candlight memorial
From the open publishing newswire: There will be a memorial/candlelight vigil for Senator Paul Wellstone tomorrow night, Monday, October 28 at 7:00 PM. Come to Shemanski Park (SW Park and Salmon) to pay tribute to Senator Wellstone. Please bring a candle (or two) if you can. [ Newswire post ]

From a previous story about Wellstone: Senator Paul Wellstone of Minnesota was reported dead in a plane crash on Friday morning. He was a member of the state's Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party and was described on the Twin Cities IMC site as "one of the very few Representatives who had the courage and conviction to speak for those that are so often ignored". Wellstone was among the 23 Senators who voted against a bill granting war powers to Bush. From a progressive point of view, Wellstone's record was not spotless -- he voted in favor of bombing Iraq in 1998, the anti-gay "Defense of Marriage Act", and the xenophobic Enhanced Border Security and Visa Entry Reform Act of 2001 -- but he was generally seen as one of the least of evils on Capitol Hill. From a radical point of view, he fell quite short of any respectable ideal, and showed the pointlessness of electoral politics. [ Read More... ]

[ more on Wellstone: Twin Cities IMC ]

PHONE CAMPAIGN 27.10.2002 20:48
Allyn Ford is an Ecoterrorist
From the open publishing newswire:Allyn Ford is a very very bad man that has a fetish with the last of our old-growth forests. He also has no regard for human life. Allyn Ford's company, Roseburg Forest Products and its subsidiary Scott Timber are currently logging our public lands to death. Recently, forest advocates at the Peak timber sale have been subjected to life threatening circumstances at the hands of Mr. Ford and his cohorts. This is not the first time that profits have been put before human life in Allyn's world. It's time that Mr. Ford's actions are dealt with. He needs to hear loud and clear that the public will not stand by and watch him destroy our forests just so he can get another hot-tub or another SUV. [ Read More... ]

SOLIDARITY 27.10.2002 19:44
Court Date for Activist Mike D Tommorow
From the open publishing newswire: Mike-D. (Michael McMullin), a local portland activist is facing probation violation charges tommorow,October 28th in the Justice Center(Multnomah County 1120 SW 3rd) Rm.2 at 9:00am. Mike-D. has just been FREED from jail last Monday where he was serving 60 days in Washington County for not obtaining his G.E.D and for not calling his probation officer everyday to tell her where he will be staying that night. If they find him guilty of violating his probation he could be serving more time locked up for not doing his community service. All Mike-D. does everyday is community service! Show SOLIDARITY by supporting Mike-D. at his hearing.[ Read More... ]

Student Activism 27.10.2002 19:36
PPS Student Activist Alliance Meeting
From the open publishing newswire:the PPS Student Activist Alliance is meeting Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the Red and Black cafe at 5:00. All high school student activists and members of the press are welcome to attend.

The PPS Student Activist Alliance is a coalition of high school activist clubs and affinity groups dedicated to educating the student population on school issues such as military recruiters and idea censorship, national issues such as the USA PATRIOT ACT, and global issues such as the FTAA and war. Its secondary goal is to involve students in the world of activism and getting them to act on these issues. [ Read More... ]

A22 BUSH DEMONSTRATION PHASE 2 27.10.2002 16:39
Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed Against the City of Portland
From the open publishing newswire: A press conference announcing the filing of a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city, the mayor, chief of police and up to 50 unnamed police officers for their violent actions against peaceful demonstrators on August 22 was held Friday at lunchtime in front of Portland City Hall. Among the 9 plaintiffs in the federal civil rights lawsuit are Don Joughin and Corrina Andrews and their young children Sophie, Kiernan, and Daschle. All of them, including the youngest, 10 months old at the time, were pepper gassed by Portland police officers while standing peacefully at 2nd Avenue and Alder Street on August 22, after being blocked in by the police. [ Read More... ]

AUDIO: The Press Conference, including questions and answers was a little under 20 minutes. This is the entire Conference, unedited. Though at about a half dozen occasions the audio stutters and skips a bit, it is clear and intelligible. [ Streaming audio | Read More... ]

FOREST ACTIVISM 27.10.2002 10:17
Activist arrested at Peak
From the open publishing newswire: On Saturday October 26 an activist working ground support at the Peak Timber Sale was arrested while attempting to contact one of the tree-sits. He was arrested for breaking a closure, which makes it illegal for people to be on public lands. The activist is refusing to provide his legal name to the police in protest against his arrest. Similar arrests in the past have been found unconstitutional and illegal when taken to court. The activist may also be on hunger strike. Witnesses report that he MAY have been assaulted by police during the arrest. [ Read More... ] Mazama Forest Defenders

GUERILLA THEATER 27.10.2002 10:14
Bicyclist tickets SUVs for contributing to the destruction of the environment
From the open publishing newswire: Yesterday, unable to make the Noon gathering at Pioneer Courthouse Square, but still wanting to do something on my own, I decided how to take advantage of a "fake ticket" that I had been e-mailed on Friday before leaving for Critical Mass. Using a whistle, on my bike, I pulled in front of 6 large SUV's, successfully got them to stop, laid my bike down in front of them and then walked back to the driver. "Do you know why I stopped you? I am going to have to give you a ticket for contributing to the destruction of the environment, the health of the inhabitants of the planet and also as an addict to middle-east oil." Because what I did was SO ABSURD, I only received one negative response. 5 of the 6 drivers accepted the "ticket" and 1 even told me that she works in downtown and only uses her car to shop and recreate, the rest of the time using bike and public transit and was going to make copies of the "ticket" and give to others. [ Read More... ]

ANTI-WAR / ANTI-IMPERIALISM 26.10.2002 16:21
Hundreds march in the street against War and Imperialism; Cops grab Indymedia reporter
From the open publishing newswire: Today's anti-war march was a pleasant change. While only a few hundred people at it's peak, today's anti-war march was loud, noisy and fun! Starting at Pioneer Square, people marched to the Federal Building, then back towards the Pioneer Place Mall. On the way, someone scaled a tree a hung a large "No Oil War" banner. When the crowd got to the mall, security guards locked it up tight, but someone found a side entrance. Several dozen protestors chanting "While you're shopping, bombs are dropping" did a few laps through the mall before trying to exit. They found the door still locked (isn't that some kind of fire hazard?). Eventually, one door was opened and folks continued on their way.

"Not my pResident, Not my war" Next stop Saturday market - hundreds of shoppers gawked as the rowdy crowd marched through the market. One of the street performers took up the chant and added a nice beat (where were the Portland drummers today?). Then most of the crowd hopped on the Max!! and headed over to Lloyd Center. The train was full of friendly faces, and folks shouted a loud chant before exiting. After gathering a few stragglers and having a little romp in the park's leaves, the crowd headed to the Army Recruiting station on Broadway. But they took a shortcut right through the Lloyd Center mall! It was pretty crazy, lots of folks out for a regular Saturday feast of consumption had to stop for a second, lean over the balconies and check out all the racket. Chanting, whistling, and the horde of Lloyd Center security guards ensured that everyone got the message.

After the mall, the crowd took back to the street for the short walk over to the Recruiting Station. Surprisingly, they were open for business, and folks headed in. The literature was rearranged a little, and some military posters were redecorated with anti-war messages. Protestors occupied the office for at least 20 minutes before heading back the park and disbanding. [ Read More... ]

Cops grab Indymedia reporter
After the recruiting station the cops grabbed an Indymedia reporter with a video camera. The reporter handed his camera over to a fellow indymedia activist, but the cops yanked it back, handcuffed the reporter, put him in the car, and drove quickly away. The crowd, which had been chanting, "Let him go!" returned to the MAX station and dispersed from there.
UPDATE: "word from a very reliable source is that he was released around 6:30p. i imagine he'll post a report soon. geez, a bunch of people disrupt recruiting office and they decide to take REPORTER. think that would have happened if he was wearing a KOIN-TV jacket? makes me sick." [ Read More... ]

[ more: I have to disagree | Earth to Navy recruiter William Steele ]

National March to Stop the War Against Iraq, Saturday 26

From Washington DC

"Thousands Upon Thousands Expected in DC, San Francisco This Weekend"

"As the Bush Administration angles for the power to maintain control in the Middle East, including the option for unilateral war, people across the United States are organizing and acting out in opposition. This Saturday, Oct. 26, tens of thousands of people are expected to converge on the east and west coasts -- in Washington, DC and San Francisco -- for anti-war demonstrations to stop the drive toward war with Iraq. The demonstration in DC is being organized by the International ANSWER coalition, while the actions in San Francisco are being coordinated by the United For Peace coalition."
For coverage look at: C-Span TV WPFW 89.3 is running regular live reports throughout the day from the protest against the Iraq war, by Pacifica.
[Washington DC IMC | San Francisco IMC]

Latest update from DC:
buses are still streaming in from New York City, 2 hours after the pre-march rally started. The roads into and in Washington DC are jammed with buses and the rally is already huge. [DC Newswire updates | Hear it live on streaming radio from KPFA]

Events in Portland:
A call to action from the newswire

"In solidarity with national mobilizations in DC and SF (see below). What's happening? Whatever you make happen! This is just a time for people to come together and express themselves however they want to. It's time to turn up the heat! We have marched in the streets, thousands strong. We have called Congress. But Bush is not slowing down in his drive to war. Let's take to the streets and let the policy makers know how we feel. People are encouraged to hook up with, form, or come with affinity groups and make this action your own. Do you have an idea for a creative action? Street theater? Civil Disobedience? Anti-War Art Party? Make it happen--call some friends and set it up. Thousands of people will be taking to the streets in DC and San Francisco on this day. If you are not heading out of town, head downtown around noon. [ Details

First court victory for Sam Buck's Coffee of Astoria: Starbucks® injunction denied by U.S. District Court Judge

From the open publishing newswire: A hearing on September 30th, 2002 in U.S. District Court in Portland was heard regarding a preliminary injunction filed by STARBUCKS to prohibit Sambuck's Coffeehouse to use her business name in the interim (between now and the trial). The judge denied STARBUCKS injunction. The judge said "proceed with trial". No trial date has been set. The first court VICTORY for Sambuck's Coffeehouse. [ Read More... ]

Nearly two years ago, Samantha Buck of Astoria, Oregon, bought a small coffee shop and named it Sam Buck's -- after herself. A year later, Starbucks® opened a store inside Fred Meyers, five miles away, and served Samantha with a cease and desist order demanding that she stop using her own name on her store because they claimed it was causing confusion for Starbucks® customers. Samantha refused. [ Read more... ] On August 9, Samantha Buck was served a summons by Starbucks®. [ Read more... ] On Friday, August 16, Portlanders stood in solidarity with Samantha Buck and demonstrated outside the Starbucks® in Pioneer Courthouse Square. [ Full story and Photos ]

[ Astoria Coffee War (original post, with 100+ comments) | Sam Buck has been served a summons by Starbucks | Starbucks protest this Friday to support Astoria's Samantha Buck | Tell STARBUCKS and their PORTLAND LAWYERS to leave Samantha Buck alone!! ]

MOVEMENT POLITICS 26.10.2002 00:06
Critical Mass stalled by 'peace police'
From the open publishing newswire: So I was really pumped about this month. I felt empowered and was riding my bike in circles in anticipation of this months ride. I always dig that when I am riding down to under the bridge I always meet someone along the way if not tons. The march finally gets under way after what was too damn long and bikes kept changing positions north south go go. I think I started in the middle but the next thing you know i'm by my self in the front. Alone all alone is a key theme for the evening. sure there were cops but the core riders agree that you need to keep together and that means running the reds. The laws that keep them up keep us down and since we don't have these big old economy supporting war sanctioning road machines We are not in the capitalists good graces and we must be stoped by any means. [ Read More... ]

Over 1000 bikes, but no Critical Mass
Tonight as people gathered for the mass, there were hundreds of people in all sorts of great costumes. It was a festive atmosphere under the Burnside Bridge and it seemed like a great ride was ahead. However, the combination of numerous police giving out tickets, and aggressive 'peace police' took all the energy out of the ride. Actually, it was not even a ride. Half the time was spent sitting at red lights, or slowly biking/walking to the next one. With the ride completely controlled by the cops, of both flavors, there were many cars interspersed with cyclists, and lots of time was spent breathing car fumes. Herded like sheep, block by block, it was neither a political statement or any sort of fun bike riding. In short, it sucked.

The evening makes me wonder about what were the arrangements between 'organizers' and the police. It seemed that there was an aggressive effort by 'peace police' to keep people under control and following the city's dictates. Well, not knowing what went on in meetings and in minds, I'll refrain from being overly critical of those efforts until I hear more. I'll just add that if this evening is what people are envisioning for Critical Mass to be in Portland, I want nothing to do with it. [ Read More... ]

Critical Mass: Know when to choose your battles
I am not surprised by most of the comments that I have read in Indymedia this morning putting the blame on those of us who tried to keep some level of fun and non-confrontation in the ride last night. The obvious reactionary kids, some of them influenced by the FSU youngsters, only see the ride as a vehicle for protest and civil disobedience. I must admit, when I was in my 20's, one of the founding members of So. Cal Students for A Democratic Society, a writer for the Long Beach Free Press, and attending every anti-war protest from San Diego to Bezerkley, I was a lot like them. I think the one difference from today's protesters and 60's-70's was we knew what tactics were appropriate to the situation and attitude of the police. Bottom line is that Critical Mass is not a political protest. [ Read More... ]

more: [ What happens if you don't show ID? | A Butcher-Knife Is Being Held To The Throat Of Critical Mass | Critical Mass, Wasn't All Bad | STOP THIS BULLSHIT! | November Mass, Critical | Critical Mass Clergy | Critical Farce | Bicyclist Struck by Hit and Run | bike riders stopped, possibly cited this evening by a hoard of police | August & September Critical Mass rides | Portland Critical Mass website ]

YES ON 27 26.10.2002 00:05
Measure 27 Can Make US Less 'Crazy'

From the open publishing newswire: We can enact positive change only if people's brains are functioning fully. The food we eat enhances or detracts from our brain's ability to function. Allergies are more common today than ever. Many companies that play the biotech game are related to producing drugs that relieve the symptoms of allergies. Connect the dots and support Measure 27.

A few years back, Carol Simontacchi chronicled the way in which American's screw up their mental health by eating a nutrient-poor foods. Her research led her to the conclusion that the combination of artificial ingredients and lack of minerals were linked to many problems, including allergies and ADHD. As I've read this book to an at-risk population, namely my 5th grade class, I've had a revelation: We'll never get our country moving towards positive change until more are feeding their brains. Measure 27 may be the best way to start that process.

The biggest point Carol seems to make is that kid's, as well as adult's, brains, are functioning poorly because of their diets. [ Read More... ]

[ Vote Yes on 27 website ]

FOREST DEFENSE 25.10.2002 23:20
Portland activists protest reckless behavior at Peak timber sale
From the open publishing newswire: As we speak forest defenders are risking their lives to defend 660 acres of native forest threatened by the Peak timber sale. Roseburg Forest Products has been logging there since late September. On Thursday morning, Oct. 24, Columbia Helicopters began removing trees at great risk to the forest defenders lives. To bring more attention to this deadly situation, activists gathered at the Forest Service offices in downtown portland to protest the negligence of Columbia Helicopters and the U.S. Forest Service.
[ More on this story with pictures... ]

DEEP POLITICS 25.10.2002 21:09
Senator Paul Wellstone killed in plane crash; Foul play suspected
From the open publishing newswire: Senator Paul Wellstone of Minnesota was reported dead in a plane crash on Friday morning. He was a member of the state's Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party and was described on the Twin Cities IMC site as "one of the very few Representatives who had the courage and conviction to speak for those that are so often ignored". Wellstone was among the 23 Senators who voted against a bill granting war powers to Bush. From a progressive point of view, Wellstone's record was not spotless -- he voted in favor of bombing Iraq in 1998, the anti-gay "Defense of Marriage Act", and the xenophobic Enhanced Border Security and Visa Entry Reform Act of 2001 -- but he was generally seen as one of the least of evils on Capitol Hill. From a radical point of view, he fell quite short of any respectable ideal, and showed the pointlessness of electoral politics.

Shortly after the news was announced, speculation broke out on Indymedia that his death was no accident. On a post to the Twin Cities site, the question is asked, "If Bush had died in a plane crash, would there not be immediate open speculation about the possibility of assassination? Wellstone held the balance in the Senate for the Democrats; he was as opposed to Bush policies as any Senator could be, in issues of war, health policy, and labor issues. His death has great political and social significance." So far, corporate media has not raised the possibility of assassination and is pointing to bad weather conditions as the cause of the crash. There is much doubt about this story, though. [ Read More... ]

[ Possible Assassination of Wellstone | Wellstone was NOT a Progressive ]

Twin Cities IMC stories: [ 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 ]
portland indymedia stories: [ 1 | 2 | 3 ]
Global Indymedia stories: [ 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 ]

POETRY 25.10.2002 12:53
'something before you go out on the streets tomorrow'
Poetry from the open publishing newswire:

i'll never understand
how a cobblestone
thru the window
of a GAP store
is violence
while add campaigns
which perpetuate
eating disorders
are just good

the image in
my sister's mirror
doesn't recover
as quickly as
those windows do

[ Read More... ]

[ poetry on portland indymedia collected ]

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