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28.01.2013 18:00
VIDEO: Portland "Scrooge Of The Year" Award Presented To Metro On 1/23

On Wednesday A Metro board meeting was interrupted by the ghost of employers' past.

JoeAnybody.Com Newswire Report-Back

Portland Jobs With Justice made a surprise appearance at a Metro board meeting, and pronounced them "Scrooge Of The Year" under careful consideration from a list of 10 qualified candidates. Jamie Partridge proudly presented the award to them dressed as Scrooge under the watchful eyes of dozens of community members and Union reps.

Video Link:

Scrooge Of The Year Awarded To Metro By Portland Jobs With Justice


28.01.2013 17:42
Write a Prisoner Nite

Send a card or letter to someone in prison!

Join Portland ABC on Tuesday, 1/29 for prisoner writing at the Red & Black Cafe - 400 SE 12th & Oak St., 7PM. Send a valentine card, letter, or drawing to someone stuck behind bars. All materials are provided, just bring yourself.



25.01.2013 12:44
Rally to Save Schools in the Jefferson Cluster
Last week, the Portland Public Schools announced its plans to close another school in Jefferson Cluster in North and Northeast Portland. Jefferson cluster has been systematically undermined by the district by the transfer policy, and constant school-closures, re-configuration, and lack of support. Last year, two schools (Tubman and Humbolt) were closed suddenly, without any discussion or community process. While the district justifies these closures by under-enrollment, it allows half the students who live in the cluster to transfer elsewhere. While most of the families who live in Jefferson Cluster are white, the vast majority of the students in our schools are of color. The district's transfer policy has created a segregated school system, and its plans for "balancing" the cluster will only intensify this problem.

The students and families of Jefferson cluster have been underserved by our school district for decades, and it is time for this to stop. https://www.facebook.com/events/571009122928362/

Please come to rally for Jefferson Cluster Schools!
Saturday, January 26, 12:00pm
Jefferson High School,
N Killingsworth and Kerby

Bring signs, make noise! Tell your friends!

UPDATE:[Related video report-back]


Updated: 2.1.13 25.01.2013 12:24
The Shortwave Report 01/25/13 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. This week's show features stories from Spanish National Radio, Radio Deutsche-Welle, the Voice of Russia, Radio Havana Cuba, and NHK World Radio Japan.

Dear Radio Friend,
The latest Shortwave Report (January 25) 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=&)

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


24.01.2013 09:19
GM Worker Willing to Die Seeking Labor Justice
If Jorge Parra lives to see the Portland Auto Show being held from January 24th through the 27th, he will have passed his 65th day on a hunger strike in support of the Association of Injured Workers and Ex-Workers of General Motors-Colmotores (ASOTRECOL). Appearing at press conferences outside the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Parra, who has been on this third hunger strike since November 20, 2012, first apologized for having a hard time knowing what to say due to his lack of eating, and then thanked the crowd of over 100 supporters who had gathered to protest against GM.

Dacks plans on using the Portland Auto Show as an opportunity to educate more people about GM's indifference toward the health and security of its employees. "The auto shows that are happening across the country are GM's highest profile events of the year, and if GM continues turning a blind eye to injustice, their abuses will be exposed in Portland, as they have been at the Detroit auto show." [...]

Martin Luther King, whose birthday was just celebrated, once said that the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice. On balance, it is fair to say that King was correct. It was not so long ago that chattel slavery was legal and people were ruled by kings. And while the United States is hardly a workers' paradise, workers enjoy more rights than they did a century ago. These were not gifts handed down from above. People fought and sometimes died for them. The ASOTRECOL battle as well as the recent spate of anti-worker legislation such as that in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Indiana raises the same question that workers in this country asked a hundred years ago: are we disposable cogs in a machine, or are we living, breathing people whose lives are to be valued far beyond the wealth we can produce for others?

Want to get involved? The following actions are planned:

1. 1/23 from approximately 12-2 and 6:30 to 7:30.

2. 1/24 or 1/25 for a time to be announced sometime between 10 and 3.

3. 1/24-1/27 various times during the auto show for leafleting and other activities.

For more information call Greg Margolis at: 503-285-6603 or 503-806-9164 [cell].

homepage: http://www.pcasc.net/2013/01/23/gm-worker-willing-to-die-seeking-labor-justice/

[Related post] http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2013/01/421480.shtml

UPDATE:[Related video post] http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2013/01/421485.shtml#409124


19.01.2013 09:39
March for the Dream: Building the Unsettling Force
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
(Everyone is welcome; participate as much as you are able and available....)

10:00 a.m. -- Gathering and rally at Voz Day Labor Worker Center (240 N.E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard; cross-street N.E. Everett) for coffee, hot cocoa and pastries.
10:30 a.m. - Speakers and rally at Voz
11:00 a.m. -- March begins. We'll cross the River over the Burnside Bridge.
11:30 a.m. -- Stop at Right 2 Dream Too (R2DToo), N.W. Fourth and Burnside.
noon -- We arrive at Sisters of the Road Cafe (133 N.W. Sixth Avenue) and warm up with hot soup, coffee, tea and more.
12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. -- Our keynote speaker, Mic Crenshaw (musician and housing activist, hosts music, theatre and open mic. [...]


[1.] Solidarity Abounds in Portland
[2.] Video: Martin Luther King - rally march speeches and music 1.19.13 Portland Oregon

"Keep Alive the Dream" -- Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
11:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
New Beginnings Conference Center, 3300 N.E. 172nd Place (off Sandy Boulevard), Portland [...]


18.01.2013 08:56
Mohamed Mohamud Trial: Day 4

UPDATE: Day 5 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2013/01/421437.shtml

Defense is doing serious damage to undercover FBI Agents' credibility

What is emerging from the last four days of testimony by the two undercover FBI operatives known only as "Youssef" and "Hussein" is that every single action that Mohamed Mohamud took in the furtherance of his alleged crime was taken on the explicit orders of the FBI. Mohamed's knowledge of explosives was limited to "Piccolo Pete" backyard firecrackers. Youssef gave him a hand-written shopping list of bomb components to purchase, a list that Mohamed failed to heed orders to destroy after using and which has now been duly entered into evidence.

Something else of interest in yesterday's proceedings was defense attorney Wax's effort, albeit a failed one, to convince Judge King to allow the jury to hear an "outtake" of FBI agent "Hussein" who apparently forgot to turn his wire off before using "colorful language" to express his glee at having "hooked" Mohamed following their August 19 meeting.

The defense has also begun to lay a foundation for asserting that the very idea of using Pioneer Square as the setting for an attack may have been introduced to Mohamed by the FBI agent "Youssef" during their meeting on July 30, 2010. This, by the way, would be the meeting that was not preserved on tape due to the equipment's "malfunction."

Related Previous PIMC Posts:
"Impressions of An Inexpert Witness"

"Federal "justice" center FBI Entrapment of Mohamed Mohamud"


16.01.2013 13:57
Michelle Alexander - The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness
Michelle Alexander (author) in Portland on Jan 16th at 7pm Doors Open at 5PM - opens w/ a speaker panel before author speaks. Emmanuel Temple Church (1033 N. Sumner St.) near the Cascade Campus

Michelle Alexander is an associate professor of law at Ohio State University, a civil rights advocate and a writer.

Michelle Alexander is coming to PCC at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 16 to discuss her new book, "The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness."

There will be a community tabling fair in the multipurpose room from 5-6 p.m., and a community panel will discuss topics of Alexander's lecture from 5:45-6:45 p.m. At 7 p.m., she will speak and be followed by a Q-and-A session and book signing.




UPDATE: The Full Video from this event is now online here:


January 24 at 7:00 pm 12.01.2013 16:57
Panel on the origins of the Portland Women’s Movement January 24th
Please join us for The Portland Women's Movement, Part I: Origins, History of Social Justice Organizing's first program for 2013. The panel will feature Maureen Gray Hudson, Kathleen Saadat and Susan Stoner. Sandy Polishuk will moderate.

Find us in room 328 Smith Center at Portland State University, 1825 SW Broadway on Thursday, January 24 at 7pm. The program will be free as usual.

History of Social Justice Organizing is an ongoing series of presentations by activists and scholars on a wide variety of social justice organizing both in Portland and elsewhere. A program of Occupy History

Find upcoming programs at historyofsocialjustice.wordpress.com and


12.01.2013 16:46
The Shortwave Report 01/11/13 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, China Radio International, NHK Japan, Radio Havana Cuba, and the Voice of Russia.

Dear Radio Friend,
The latest Shortwave Report (January 11) 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=&)


12.01.2013 16:40
Longshore Struggle Brews on Both Coasts
Part I - It's a familiar pattern: those on top of the economic ladder enjoy massive profits, while expecting workers to sacrifice even more for the "greater good."

This storyline weaves itself into every justification for anti-worker policies. From Washington's potential Grand Bargain that would cut trillions from needed social programs, to the workplaces with their stagnating wages and declining benefits, those on top plead poverty to workers while stuffing their pockets beyond belief.

The argument is also currently being repeated by the giant multinational corporations that control the nation's shipping ports.

Fortunately, the Longshore workers are organized into powerful unions that have the ability to fight back against big business greed — something that was recently demonstrated at the port strikes in Los Angles and Long Beach, and which is now underway in the union negotiations happening at ports along the East Coast and at the ports in the Northwest. [...]

PART 2:  http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2013/01/421311.shtml

homepage:  http://workerscompass.org


12.01.2013 12:36
Federal "justice" center FBI Entrapment of Mohamed Mohamud
please come down to the court for the ongoing SHOW trial.
if you want to come in, you must get through security. pepper spray can be checked at the door. laptops can be checked at the courtroom, or the overflow room with the video feed.
cells phones must be powered down, because, you know, technology may outsmart their show trial system. [...]

if the rest of the world knew how bogus this trial is, and what a lifeless spectacle it is, and how poorly the US GVT's lawyer's are representing the Outrageous Predatory FBI Bomb Plot, Portland would be the laughing stock of legal communities all the way to to London.

the case is taking place in 9A of the federal Courthouse in downtown portland. the overflow room is at 12A.
arrive at least at 8, for a guaranteed seat, perhaps earlier, it's a little bit of a stampede.

US District Court
1000 Southwest 3rd Avenue #740 Portland

Family of the entrapped Youth is present. Anyone who is good with media, video, sketches should come.
Courtroom seating is extremely limited (possible 20 seats beyond what the media and GVT attys get).
It is considered likely that the trial go on for 4 weeks at least. there is tons of media present but almost zero activists, or outside street demonstration. some banners would look great on the nightly news perhaps saying "FBI TRAPS" "Stop the FBI" "FBIWatch" or "FBI Predators Leave our Children Alone" or "FBI Oversight Now!" [...]

It was extremely interesting to hear a long phone call with the FBI Fake identity trying to persuade Mo to help with the FBI's Fake Bomb.

[RELATED] PIMC UPDATES:  http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2013/01/421398.shtml


11.01.2013 15:06
Kerry Cunneen subpoenaed to the NW grand jury
I have been subpoenaed to the grand jury in Seattle investigating Anarchists in the Pacific Northwest. I was called to testify on January 3rd at 9am. I did not appear before the grand jury. I will not cooperate with this grand jury nor will I in any way aid the state in its efforts to imprison people. <BR>
I stand firmly in solidarity with the actions taken against the Nakamura Federal court house during the May Day demonstration and all action taken against the state and capital towards the goal of a more liberated society. <BR>
I am in solidarity with the May Day 5, with Maddy, Matt and Kteeo, and everyone else who has met repression with resilience. To all whose solidarity has come in some form of action, it is inspiring and must continue. <BR><BR>

never surrender, <BR>
Kerry Cunneen <BR><BR>

Portland anarchist Kerry Cunneen has announced their refusal to cooperate with the grand jury investigating the May Day attack on the Nakamura federal courthouse in Seattle. Kerry's subpoena, which was delivered on December 14th, stated that they were required to appear just 5 days later on the 19th. Their lawyer successfully got the date pushed back until January 3rd, when Kerry declined to even enter the grand jury room. Kerry has stated that they will never under any circumstance cooperate with this or any state in persecuting themself or others...
From: Committee Against Political Repression <BR>
link to nopoliticalrepression.wordpress.com <BR><BR>

<B>[Related Video and Interview]</b> <A HREF=" http://youtu.be/ZLIo0K1Ez5c">http://youtu.be/ZLIo0K1Ez5c</A>
<B><FONT COLOR="#6633cc">UPDATE:</FONT>[Interview with Grand Jury Resister Kerry Cunneen] </b><br>  http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2013/01/421507.shtml


10.01.2013 08:59
Portland City Council Meeting
we should always be watching very confusing???

January 9, 2013 at city hall, all five of the members were present and for the most part, paying attention. Commissioner Fish was a little late but did not miss much. Actually, there was not much to deal with during the 90 minute meeting, except this item:


*21 TIME CERTAIN: 9:30 AM - Authorize the Bureau of Transportation to acquire certain permanent and temporary rights necessary for construction of the SW Boones Ferry Rd - SW Stephenson St Project, through the exercise of the City's Eminent Domain Authority (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Hales) 15 minutes requested."

This request did turn interesting; it did go a lot longer than 15 minutes as requested, and there were a number of citizens who objected to the limited way the city was going ahead with this project. One woman said straight out that the change will not deal at all with the biggest problem they have and that is speeding. I was a little confused by this because I thought this was a simple problem that was going to be finally answered by the city--wrong!

This was presented as an emergency which means that you have to get all the members to agree or they would have to do a second reading and more discussion. The cost of this project is not cheap, in the range of over a million bucks. [...]


09.01.2013 00:07
Martin Luther King, Jr.: "There are millions of people in this country who have very little or even nothing to lose. If they can be helped to take action together, they will do so with a freedom and a power that will be a new and unsettling force in our complacent national life." Unnecessary austerity cuts and the systematic dismantling of the safety net/social contract threaten all that we stand for. Join our community at Sisters of the Road as we march for a better future, one for all people.

Saturday, January 19 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend)

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Sponsored by Sisters of the Road, Voz and R2DToo
Everyone is welcome. Participate as much as you are able and available.
Schedule for the day:
10:00 a.m. -- Gathering and rally at MLK, Jr. Worker Center (N.E. MLK and Everett) for coffee, hot cocoa and pastries.
10:30 a.m. -- Speakers and music at the Worker Center.
11:00 a.m. -- March begins. We'll cross the River over the Burnside Bridge.
11:30 a.m. -- Stop at Right 2 Dream Too.
noon -- We'll arrive at Sisters of the Road and warm up with hot soup, coffee, tea and more.
12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. -- Our keynote speaker, Mic Crenshaw (musician and housing activist), hosts music, theatre and more.


06.01.2013 20:21
Video: PDX Noize Demo - Solidarity w Grand Jury Resistors & Prisoners Everywhere! 12.31.13
On 12.31.12 a Noise Demonstration to show solidarity all prisoners was held globally. In Portland Oregon at 8:15 PM a group of around 40 people met in front of the downtown central Police Station {JAIL} to make noize for all those locked inside to hear. To let them know they are not forgotten.

The rally was organized by folks in the PDX ABC.
The rally is to call out for a noise demo intended to show love and solidarity with incarcerated peoples.
To show solidarity with the Grand Jury Resisters, and all Political Prisoners.
The rally was to call out for noize against the state, and its prison system.

The police did stop by, and asked a few questions and then mysteriously they all left?

This is the 17 minute video file posted on YouTube from the Portland rally:

Also this same video file was posted where it can be viewed and downloaded on Archive dot org here:
 link to archive.org

The video opens with a short out-take from Submedia TV which is about the Noize Demo's in Greece on New Years Eve.

An announcement post for this noise event was on Portland Indymedia here:


06.01.2013 18:59
January Bark-About Winter Tracking Hike
This month Bark and Cascadia Wild are teaming up to lead a winter tracking hike in Mt. Hood National Forest. Last year volunteers from Cascadia Wild found the Sierra Nevada red fox, one of the rarest mammals in North America, on Mt Hood. Meanwhile the Forest Service decided to plan four timber sales coverings 1000s of acres right on top of this discovery.

Sunday, January 13th, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

On this hike we will learn the art of animal tracking and how to help protect our threatened local forests. Cascadia Wild is dedicated to teaching people about the natural world and inspiring personal connection to nature, while Bark is dedicated to protecting Mt. Hood National Forest. Check out www.cascadiawild.org to learn more about their work.

Carpools meet at the Hollywood Trader Joe's, 4121 NE Halsey in Portland at 9am sharp. It is across the street from the Hollywood Transit Center, near the I-84 exit 2. If you are able to drive, we greatly appreciate your contribution to helping make a successful hike. Weather is very unpredictable this time of year, so please be prepared for winter travel. If you are looking for a ride, please come prepared to reimburse your driver.

This hike is likely a snowshoe hike, so if you have a pair please bring them along. If not, Bark has a few pairs to loan out for the day. Snowshoes can also be rented at Next Adventure and (426 SE Grand) and Portland area REIs. Please contact Gradey at Bark for more information and to see if we have a pair of snowshoes for you - gradey@bark-out.org.

[Related 50 minute video:] 2011 Interview With Member of Cascadia Wild

INFO: http://www.cascadiawild.org


05.01.2013 23:27
Photos of Resistance The Chevron on the corner of MLK and NE Fremont got a little snowy this afternoon when members of various local activist groups gathered to show their support for the Wet'suwet'en Nation.

The Wet'suwet'en Nation consists of 5 clans who reside in an area located in British Columbia. They have been engaged in a fearless struggle against the Pacific Trails Pipeline, an underground pipeline system that would stretch for almost 300 miles from Summit Lake to Kitimat, British Columbia. Chevron Canada Ltd. is heavily-invested in the project, and its completion would grant them 50% of the Pacific Trail Pipelines Limited Partnership. The pipeline is proposed to transport 1,000 million cubic feet per day, about 700,000 barrels, and much like our own little Morrow Pacific Project, the natural gas would be destined for Asian markets. The project would create a direct line of access to the Spectra Energy Transmission pipeline system, resulting in a veiny bi-national network of toxic channels and conduits. The Wet'suwet'en Nation has been calling for solidarity actions from their allies in order to gain support for their movement. In response, today (01.05.2013) members of Portland Rising Tide and Community Alliance Against Coal shut down the Chevron on the Corner of NE MLK and NE Fremont with mounds of snow, while others handed out fliers and waved signs. Snowballs and fun whizzed through the air but it wasn't long until the Portland Police were called to break up the festivities. Police officers were literally knocking the snow out of protestors' hands and shoving people towards the sidewalk in an attempt to end the protest. In spite of this, group members deemed the action a success and are looking forward to continuing to support the Wet'suwet'en Nation in their struggle against the merciless pursuit of profits.


05.01.2013 23:25
Why We Defend the ILWU and All Workers
In recent weeks, a showdown has loomed on U.S. docks between the shipping bosses and port workers that has rattled the capitalist ruling class. On the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, the International Longshoreman's Association prepared to strike container shipping while the employers threatened to lock out 14,500 ILA members. On the West Coast, the grain shippers been demanding a giveback contract from the International Longshore Workers Union (ILWU), which would effectively bypass the union hiring hall, slash workers' vital safety protections and gut union power. Yet in the midst of the Northwest grain battle, an Occupy activist, Peter Little, publishes an article vociferously arguing against the call to defend the ILWU. While posing as ultra-left, this policy if actually carried out would aid the employers who are hell-bent on destroying ILWU union power on the waterfront. Blaming sellouts on the nature of unions lets the bureaucrats off the hook. We in the Internationalist Group say: All those who stand with the exploited and oppressed must come to the defense of the ILWU in this fight. And that defense includes forthrightly opposing the capitulations and betrayals by the labor bureaucracy which sells out vital union gains in the vain hope of an impossible "cooperation" with capital, endangering the workers organizations they preside over.

Read the article at the Internationalist Group website:  http://www.internationalist.org/whywedefendilwu1301.html.


04.01.2013 17:47
What Is Portland Indymedia - One Persons Perspective
A short video that describes what Portland Indymedia is all about


Video from 2008 that sill applies today

Local News Coverage - A Voice for The Voiceless

Portland Indymedia Is Where You Be The Media


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