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28.12.2012 07:51
The Shortwave Report 12/28/12 Listen Globally
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, the Voice of Russia, NHK Japan, China Radio International, and Radio Havana Cuba.

Dear Radio Friend,
The latest Shortwave Report (December 28) is up at the website  http://www.outfarpress.com/shortwave.shtml in 3 forms- (new) HIGHEST QUALITY (128kb)(27MB), broadcast quality (16MB), and quickdownload or streaming form (6MB) (28:59) Links at page bottom
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28.12.2012 07:49
Video: Portland Human Rights Commission - meeting 12.5.12
The monthly meeting - December 2012
Filmed at Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneur's office
4-6:30 pm 12.5.12
 http://youtu.be/wp0Ouki0qy8 [YouTube video 2.hr 32.min]

This video also can be viewed or downloaded on archive dot org:

In this months Portland HRC meeting, which is open to the public, the meeting was filmed at OAME
(Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneur's) office
Their office was located 4134 N Vancouver Street and their website is --  http://oame.org/

HRC meetings are usually around 2 hours 30 minutes long.
The meetings are held on the first Wed of the month.
Numerous times the meetings will take place out in the community.

Past HRC meeting / videos are archived here:

The Portland Human Rights Commission has a website here:


28.12.2012 07:31
Video: Idle No More Flash Mob Round Dance
On December 23, 2012, a large gathering of Indigenous people and their supporters surprised Christmas shoppers at Pioneer Place Mall in Portland Oregon with a flash mob and Round Dance.

The event was held in solidarity with the Idle No More Movement and to support First Nations Elder Chief Teresa Spencer who at this writing is on the 12th day of a hunger strike to bring awareness and recognition to indigenous treaty rights to all First Nations.

This movement which began in Canada has spread world wide, Europe, the Mid East, Australia, and Mexico, as well as scores of locations in the U.S. and Canada. Although far from a complete list, this map highlights some of the teach-ins, rallies, blockades, flash mob round dances and hunger strikes that have taken place or are being planned, as well as international solidarity actions taking place on four continents.

This video is a little under 12 minutes in length and features brief interviews with two of the indigenous people attending the event. It shows about 150 Native drummers and singers as well as many people engaged in the round dance around the perimeter.

Idle No More Flash Mob Round Dance

This "Idle No More Manifesto is excerpted from the Idle No More Facebook page

Related PIMC Video Post:
As Idle no more continues to spread indigenous people reassert there rights to there land.


24.12.2012 12:24
Join us! PDXABC Open meeting, Dec 25, 6pm. Red & Black Cafe SE 12th & Oak. After the meeting, we will be writing to prisoners.

As an alternative to the holiday hype, PDXABC suggests writing to a person in prison. Letters mean so much to someone living in a cage. Join us: Open meeting at 6pm, letter writing at 7.

All materials will be provided and we are happy to answer any questions, just bring yourself!
homepage:  http://www.pdxabc.com
address: Red & Black Cafe, 400 SE 12th Portland, OR


21.12.2012 13:43
Video: Discussing Housless in Portland Oregon
Live interview with Ibrahim Mubarak and Lisa Fay, organizers with the Right 2 Dream Too (R2DTOO)successfully self functioning Houseless camp located in downtown Portland Oregon. The camp has been operating self sustainably since October of 2011, in spite of severe resistance and persecution by the Mayor and City Commissioners.

Discussing Houselessness in Portland Oregon [video 38 minutes]

On the Pubic Access television program, "A Growing Concern," Ibrahim and Lisa discuss the importance of the Camp, not only to the houseless, but also to the neighborhood in which it is located.

"The first thing houseless people look for is sleep; the second thing they look for is a place to eat. So we figure we can have a place where they can come get 8 - 12 hours of rest and get fed. Then we can help to get them productive.......refer them to social services, what to do if you need Identification, a drivers license, a bus ticket to get out of town, subsidized housing, health care. What happens if you are sleeping on the street and you get a citation, where to go or who to contact."
"Even though there are laws, some of the police and security guards don't practice that law when it comes to people that live without houses. We set that up and it's up to them whether or not they wish to become productive."

Thanks to the vigilance of the encampment, crime in the area is down markedly, including drug dealing which has always been a serious problem in that area of downtown Portland.
Lisa Fay says that, "not only do we look out for 4th and Burnside, but we look out for the entire block. We make routine checks around the whole block.....we do a lot of extra policing during week ends and night time hours, and make sure that you're not going to be selling drugs on this corner."[...]

Ibrahim believes that the City Council is moving against the camp because the local business community considers it an eyesore. "They're trying to get us out of there, it's right on prime property; this is the city that works, and they're seeing people that are out of work, they're being reminded that this city is like every other city. We have our problems, it's not our fault, but it's our fault if we do nothing to address these problems, if we overlook people, sweep it under the carpet."

[Related PIMC POST]
Video: R2D2 serves lawsuit papers to city hall on 12.10.12
Video: Homeless Group Sues City of Portland Over Human Rights Violations


20.12.2012 12:13
Action Alert! Don't Let Them Rush Fluoridation Once Again!
Then at 2pm join us at the City Council meeting as we urge Commissioner Nick Fish to reject fast-tracking the fluoridation vote and instead support creation of an independent scientific review panel to report the current science on the safety and effectiveness of water fluoridation to voters.

While Commissioners Amanda Fritz and Dan Saltzman have strongly criticized the effort to move up the fluoridation vote by a year, Mayor Sam Adams and Commissioner Leonard are ready to throw fair process and democratic values under the bus once again and support fluoridationists' efforts to fast-track the vote.

Commissioner Fish says he's leaning towards supporting the latest effort to rush through fluoridation, which would leave no time for Join the "Don't Rush Fluoridation Again!" Rally TODAY at noon at City Hall!formation of a scientifc review panel. Come help us change his mind!

We know what a truly independent review of the current science will show, and Portland deserves to know the truth about fluoridation.


Mayor Sam Adams mayorsam@portlandoregon.gov 503-823-4120 Nick Fish nick@portlandoregon.gov 503-823-3589 Amanda Fritz amanda@portlandoregon.gov 503-823-3008 Randy Leonard randy@portlandoregon.gov 503-823-4682 Dan Saltzman dan@portlandoregon.gov 503-823-4151

Please be respectful in your comments.

Thanks for your support and we hope to see you at the rally and hearing on Thursday!

Related Post by Madame Karnak:


18.12.2012 13:24
Sheriff Staton fails to end deportations in Multnomah County
On Monday, December 10th, various organizations from the ACT for Justice and Dignity network held a rally and press conference to call on Multnomah County Sheriff Daniel Staton to stop honoring Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) holds. ICE holds and deportations are responsible for separating families and causing local and state governments to pay the cost for federal immigration enforcement. Local organizations have been working for years to stop the Multnomah County Sheriff from deporting people in our communities. After the meeting with organizers, Sheriff Staton said that he would announce his decision the following Monday at 3pm.

Today [12.17.12] activists returned to 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd. to show their ongoing support towards ending collaborations between the Multnomah County Sheriff and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. Earlier in the day, a group that included Commissioner Amanda Fritz had met with Sheriff Staton and expected a follow-up response at 3pm. A number of people gathered on the ground floor where the Portland Radical Choir sang revised Christmas carols, harmoniously calling for an end to deportations. At 3pm the group went up to Sheriff Staton's office, crowding the lobby and spilling into the hallway. The sheriff was a no-show at press time, opting instead to send two representatives, one of whom remarked (emphasis mine):

"He (Sheriff Staton) feels like for today he's made his statements and received your information," adding "He has more information to consider now."

Not at all satisfied with his I-don't-feel-like-it-attitude, members of the crowd insisted that Sheriff Staton come out to speak to them directly, and the Radical Choir kept everyone entertained as his representatives were sent to try and summon him from his office. The sheriff still refused to show and it was clear that he had no interest in addressing the community, even though he had confirmed that he would during the previous meeting. [...]

[1.] VIDEO: Sheriff Staton Fails To Respond To Citizens On ICE Holds On 12/17
[2.] VIDEO: Sheriff Staton NO SHOW and the ICE Holds continue - Portland Oregon 12.17.12


18.12.2012 13:20
Video: Senator Wyden - No Cuts, No Grand Bargain - Candlelight Vigil 12.10.12
Candlelight Vigil outside of Sen. Wyden's office - Monday evening in NE Portland

Filmed outside of Senator Wyden's office on Dec 10th in NE Portland around 5:30PM
I arrived when the vigil was in process.
Organized by  http://www.jwjpdx.org
The Light Brigade was there and can be seen in the end of this video.

 http://youtu.be/zzs0qkchNpw [26 minute video]


15.12.2012 13:58
The Shortwave Report 12/14/12 Listen Globally
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. Spanish National Radio, the Voice of Russia, Radio Havana Cuba, China Radio International, and NHK World Radio Japan.

Dear Radio Friend, The latest Shortwave Report (December 14) is up at the website  http://www.outfarpress.com/shortwave.shtml in 3 forms- (new) HIGHEST QUALITY (128kb)(27MB), broadcast quality (16MB), and quickdownload or streaming form (6MB) (28:59) Links at page bottom

(If you have access to Audioport there is a highest quality version posted up there {35MB}  http://www.audioport.org/index.php?op=producer-info&uid=904&nav=&)

This week's show features stories from Spanish National Radio, the Voice of Russia, Radio Havana Cuba, China Radio International, and NHK World Radio Japan.

There is an article about the Shortwave Report by Cassandra Roos on line -

I was interviewed for an informative weekly radio show Mediageek, available at  http://radio.mediageek.net

More Information:  http://www.outfarpress.com/shortwave.shtml


Dec 17th Rally at 3:00PM - Sheriff makes ICE announcement 15.12.2012 12:49
VIDEOS: Sheriff Daniel Staton & Jeff Cogen Respond To Delegates On I.C.E. Holds 12/10
On human rights day in Portland Oregon, protesters and local activists occupied three key locations with one of them being the east Multnomah building in southeast Portland where they aimed to hold Sheriff Daniel Staton accountable for the county ICE immigration holds that target hispanic americans as well as other minorities and often times ends in deportation and separation of familys.

joeanybody.com Report-Back Newswire

The california law that has now spread into federal law, mandates that those deemed "suspicious" of being illegal aliens be subject to federal INS holds under the "discression" of the county, and is not mandatory. Over 100 people attended this rally and demonstration, and all of them proceeded to enter the building as it was verified that Sheriff Staton was in his office. A conference was arranged by a staff member and delegates met with him to discuss his role in placing the ICE holds and to ask him to stop the federal-county collaborations. County Commission Chair Jeff Cogen was also notified and came down to address the mass of citizens with a positive statement. This action was organized by Portland Jobs With Justice, ACT, Dream Activists, VOZ, PCASC, and other Portland Occupiers. A decision will be made on monday 12/17 by Sheriff Staton and protesters plan to rally once again at 3pm in hopes that his decision will be to not comply any longer with ICE holds.

Video Links:

Trailer (Short) | Sheriff Staton Meeting Video | Full Length Video


13.12.2012 10:54
Show your support for the elephants at the Oregon Zoo
Join a demo to educate the public and inform the zoo that elephants deserve the space we voted for in 2008 and the zoo should not be contracting with a company that trains animals for entertainment.

Demo for the elephants of the Oregon Zoo
The Oregon Zoo - Saturday, December 15th 12 to 2pm
sponsored by IDA and Real Friends of Packy and the Animals of the Oregon Zoo.

Come out and show your support for the long-suffering elephants at the Oregon Zoo. Packy is now 50. He has never experienced one day of freedom despite the fact that in 2008 we voted for a multi million dollar bond measure to pay for a preserve so that he might do so. Now the zoo has a new baby whose future is bleak regardless of whether she ends up in a circus like other zoo elephants have or not. The public is at last getting more informed thanks in large part to the excellent reporting by the Seattle Times. Come out and give a shout out for the elephants. IDA and Real Friends will provide flyers to hand out to the public.

Recently the Oregon Zoo has been in the headlines for their contract with a company that trains elephants for entertainment. [...]

RELATED PIMC POST:  http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2012/12/420888.shtml


12.12.2012 17:34
Video: Homeless Group Sues City of Portland Over Human Rights Violations
On International Human Rights Day, December 10, 2012, members of Right 2 Dream Too and supporters held a press conference to announce their intention to sue the City of Portland for Article 25 violations of the International Human Rights Code.

Homeless Group Sues City of Portland Over Human Rights Violations

(Excerpted from Press Announcement.)

"Right 2 Dream Too has maintained a self-sustaining rest area for people who are houseless at NW 4th and Burnside since October 2011. Even though the site provides emergency shelter to dozens of people every night at no cost to the City of Portland, the City's Bureau of Development Services continues to fine the landowners for code violations related to recreational camping ordinance. After months of negotiations, testimony before City Council and public rallies there is still no resolution to the conflict between Right 2 Dream Too and the City."

Introductions are made by Ibrahim Mubarak, co founder of Dignity Village. Speakers include the owner of the property; the lawyer suing the City on behalf of the residents and property owner; a resident of the property; Rev. Kate Lore, First Unitarian Church and many others. Each spoke briefly condemning the City for their actions and inactions against the houseless.

After the press conference and rally, (about 20 minutes in to the video) participants entered City Hall to deliver their paperwork to Mayor Sam Adams, but found that the building was on shut down mode. Doors were slammed in their faces, but undaunted the group outflanked past the attendants. Mayor Adams eventually came out to meet them and accept the paperwork.

Upon arriving back on the streets, people discovered that not only had City Hall been shut down, but several police cars and motorcycles were parked on fourth street, blocking traffic. At the end of the video, and back on the streets, Ibrahim gives a scathing condemnation of the actions of City Hall against it's own people. "POWER TO THE PEOPLE>"


07.12.2012 07:03
Activists say NO to Ambre Energy
On Thursday, December 6th the Department of Environmental Quality held an informational meeting to hear community concerns over the Coyote Island Terminal Project (Port of Morrow).

Activists from around the Pacific Northwest gathered at the Ambridge Events Center in Portland on Thursday night to voice their opposition to the Coyote Island Terminal Project, which is spearheaded by Brisbane, Australia-based Ambre Energy. Tonight's informational meeting was hosted by the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), and was the third such event held in Oregon regarding the controversial coal terminal. While the project did have some supporters in attendance, a majority of the people were there to send the message that Oregon and the Pacific Northwest will not tolerate 8.8 million tons of coal slinking through its backyards each year.
If approved, the terminal would be constructed at the Port of Morrow and serve as a hub for shipping coal to the Asian-Pacific market, making it the only operational coal export terminal on the U.S. West Coast. According to Ambre Energy's website, 3.5 million metric tons of coal would be shipped each year in the first phase of the project, with that number increasing to 8.8 million tons during the second phase. The Department of Environmental Quality is responsible for reviewing the permit applications submitted for the project and will make a decision whether or not to grant Ambre Energy the right to transport metric tons of toxic crap through the region. [...]


04.12.2012 20:33
Videos: OSPIRG Resists Union Contract and Fires Organizers
Rally and Picket at the Fund for the Public Interest offices in Portland Oregon where employees have been trying to negotiate a contract for over a year. The Fund for the Public Interest does fundraising for all? the state environment and PIRG (public interest research group) groups, The Human Rights Campaign, The National Environmental Law Center, Environment America, Environmental Action, and Fair Share.
OSPIRG Resists Union Contract and Fires Organizers

Also included in this report is a 40 minute Public Access program featuring a discussion with two present employees and one past employee of the Fund for Public Interest. Program discusses the situation from the perspective of the employees seeking a union contract. The union is the Communication Workers of America, local 7901.

Discussing Union Busting at the Fund for Public Interest


03.12.2012 21:58
Speak Out Against the Morrow Coal Terminal
Last week, after receiving thousands of public comments from CREDO activists in Oregon, the Department of State Lands delayed its permitting decision on the proposed Morrow Pacific coal export terminal from December until at least April — specifically mentioning the unprecedented number of comments it had received on the application.

But while the Department of State Lands has delayed its decision, other permitting decisions continue moving forward — and we need to maintain unrelenting pressure to oppose them.

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is now considering separate air and water pollution permits the project needs to move forward. The DEQ is holding three important public hearings next week on these permits, including one in Portland.

What: Public hearing on the Morrow Pacific coal terminal
When: Thursday, December 6, 6 p.m.
Where: Ambridge Event Center, 1333 Northeast Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard, Portland

RSVP to testify against coal exports on Thursday in Portland.

It's vital that as many Oregonians as possible take the opportunity to testify against coal exports, and we'll send you talking points and other information to make the experience easy. But even if you don't want to testify, you can still attend Thursday's hearing to show your opposition.

If the project receives all of the permits it needs, Portland would become a big contributor to climate change and a significant link in the global dirty-energy supply chain. Coal would be shipped by rail from Montana or Wyoming to Oregon, then loaded onto barges and sent down the Columbia River to the Port of St. Helens — before being shipped to South Korea. [...]


26.11.2012 07:05
VIDEO: Black Friday Protesters Send A Big Message To Walmart
On black friday, protests across the country broke out against Walmart and workers across the nation walked out on them.

StreetNews Report:

Protests across the county have been taking place on black friday this year. The actions against Walmart happen to be the largest, and Portland protesters held a large gathering at the Eastport Walmart starting at 8pm Thanksgiving night. Through the night, organizers wired up a large LED lighted sign saying "Walk Out On Walmart" and had numerous shoppers honking in solidarity and curious about their message. The message to Walmart is clear; Stop overdevelopment which pushes small businesses out, start offering health care to part time workers, quit the employee mistreatment, and stop paying women lower wages than their male counterparts in equal positions.

Over 200 protesters showed out Friday morning chanting with signs and banners, and newly re-elected Portland Commissioner Amanda Fritz attended the event and read a powerful letter with anger stating that Portland will not accept Walmarts' practices. Two people were arrested the night before after causing a "public disturbance" inside the store, but other than that all was peaceful. Across the country and throughout Oregon, many protests took aim at Walmart and considerable numbers of employees walked off the job on this day. Give the workers some respect!

Video Link:

Black Friday Protest Against Walmart In Portland Oregon


26.11.2012 06:47
FRIENDS IN VIETNAM, Tuesday, November 27
Multnomah Monthly (Quaker) Meeting Program Committee invites you about the My Lai Peace Garden, a project of Madison Quaker Inc., on Tuesday, November 27. There will be a simple meal of soup and salad, followed by a slide show and discussion. The event is free -- donations gratefully accepted.

Multnomah Meeting House, 4312 S.E. Stark, Portland, Oregon
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

You are invited to hear Mike Boehm tell about Friends' (Quaker) work in My Lai and more than twenty other villages in Quang Ngai Province of Vietnam, helping to rebuilt communities and sow the seeds of peace and friendship. Mike, an American Vietnam veteran, and Nguyen Ngoc Hung, Vietnamese veteran, joined together with Madison Monthly (Quaker) Meeting to build a My Lai Peace Park and to establish a micro-credit loan program. Madison Quaker Inc. (MQI), now a separate nonprofit, continues to work with Vietnamese organizations to build compassion houses, primary schools, wells and other projects.

For more information, please see the website at:


24.11.2012 13:06
VIDEO: "Stop The War On Gaza" Part 2 Action In Pioneer Square 11/21
JoeAnybody.Com Report-Back:

A follow up to saturdays action in Pioneer Square in which around 150 protesters rallyed and marched against Israeli occupation and war on Gaza. This action yielded about half as many people but they were just as motivated. As of November 20th, there has been a cease fire agreement reached but Netanyahu stated that it does not mean that Israel will not resort to invasion in the future and a top commander declared that quote "if there is quiet in the Gaza region, there will be no terror, if not then it may be a worse future" (AP). Palestinian activist and PSU organizer Wael Elsady led this speech packed rally along with other students who have been core organizers. Flags flew high as Portlanders sent their message of peace to Gaza, and though peace has temporarily been reached, they aim to bring awareness to the fact that Palestinians are still suffering by sanctions and enduring the hostility that Israel has imposed on them.

Video Link:

Stop The War On Gaza Protest - Part 2


19.11.2012 14:13
Stop Israel's war on Gaza!
About 200 people showed up yesterday to stand in solidarity with the Palestinians in Gaza and demand an end to Israel's ongoing attacks on Gaza. On November 14, two days after a truce agreement between Israel and Hamas, Israel fired off a missile into Gaza, targeting and killing Ahmed Jabari, leader of Hamas' military wing, even though Jabari had been negotiating for a truce for peace with Israel through Egyptian officials. After days of bombing Gaza with Israeli airstrikes, drones and warships, over 66 Palestinians have been killed, including 32 civilians, and more than 400 wounded. 3 Israelis have been killed, with about 50 wounded.

Several activists spoke passionately about the suffering of the Palestinians under Israel's brutal and unjust occupation. Remi Kanazi, a Palestinian-American poet, writer and activist performed two powerful poems, "Coexist" and "Normalize This." All of the speakers condemned ongoing US support of Israel, which funds Israeli occupation, attacks and apartheid policies. They also criticized the biased and untruthful reporting of the corporate media, which unfailingly casts Israel as the "victim" defending itself from Palestinian "terrorists," when in reality, Israel is the real terrorist and perpetrator, using its overwhelming military power to attack and oppress defenseless civilians in Gaza.

The speakers called for activists to support the local BDS efforts, and connected the Palestinian struggle for justice with our local resistance for justice and human rights against imposed austerity, corruption, evictions,and police assaults.

The protest was organized by Students United for Palestinian Rights (SUPER), the Portland Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Coalition (PDX BDS), Americans United for Palestinian Equal Rights (AUPHR), and Portland Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP).

PIMC Related Video Post from Solidarity Rally:


Stop the War on Gaza Pt 2 Nov 21 at 5:30 pm 16.11.2012 10:45
Israel Attacking Gaza !
Israeli Defence Forces Bombing Gaza Fom Air & Sea: Land Invasion Possible

Where & when shall we Portlanders meet to protest the escalation of violence ? Pioneer Sq. @ 5:00P.M.? Suggestions? The last time Israel attacked Gaza 1400 Palestinians were killed ,mostly civilians. 13 Israelis also died ,6 due to "friendly fire ."

12 noon Saturday
Pioneer Courthouse Square
701 SW 6th Ave, Portland, Oregon 97204

Come stand with the people of Gaza and against Israel's criminal attacks!! Solidarity link passing from FB post - says Sat 12 noon
UPDATE Stop the War on Gaza Pt 2
Wednesday Nov 21 at 5:30 pm
Pioneer Courthouse Square


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