Monthly Archives: September 2012

Thursday, October 4th: Spokes Council – All Committee Report Back

September 30, 2012

When: Thursday, October 4th from 7-9pm Where: St. Francis Dining Hall 330 SE 11th Ave, Portland On the first Thursday of every month, Occupy Portland does an all committee report back. This is a time for working groups, committees and community organizations to all come together and report back on what they have done...
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Tuesday, October 2nd: Eastside Coal Hard Truth Forum

September 30, 2012
Tuesday, October 2nd: Eastside Coal Hard Truth Forum

When: Tuesday, October 2nd from 7-8:30pm Where: Rose City Park United Methodist Church 5830 NE Alameda Street 97217 What are the risks if the largest coal companies in the world transformed the Northwest into a dirty energy corridor to supply US coal to Asian markets? Coal companies propose to bring over 150 million tons of...
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Thursday, September 27th: TOWNHALL on HOUSING JUSTICE

September 26, 2012
Thursday, September 27th: TOWNHALL on HOUSING JUSTICE

When: September 27th Where: PCC Cascade, Moriarity Hall, 705 N. Killingsworth Time: 7-9pm They’re Not Heavy, They’re My Neighbors!! We Are Oregon and the Black Working Group are pulling together with a number of organizations involved in resisting evictions – Tenants, Squatters, Homeowners, the Houseless — to call for Community Agreements on Housing Justice &...
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Monday: S17 March in Solidarity with Columbian Workers

September 15, 2012
Monday: S17 March in Solidarity with Columbian Workers

General Motors in Detroit refuses to sit down and talk with injured workers, and its subsidiary failed to resolve the situation. Left without other options, workers who have been enduring an economically desperate situation since being fired for injuries developed at the plant, restitched their lips and restarted the hunger strike on Monday, September...
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All Roads Lead To Wall Street – An Occupy Portland Open House

September 13, 2012
All Roads Lead To Wall Street – An Occupy Portland Open House

Happening today!! Friday, September 14th, join us at St. Francis (SE 12th and Oak St.) for a night of community building and networking. The activities start at 5pm in the park with refreshments and games, then at 7pm, we move into the dining hall, where 40 groups and organizations will be tabling, cake and...
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Solidarity with Arrestees – Can you come and show support at Occupy Trials?

September 6, 2012
Solidarity with Arrestees – Can you come and show support at Occupy Trials?

The Multnomah County Courthouse was buzzing with Occupiers and their lawyers on August 16 as they awaited Judge Cheryl Albrecht’s latest ruling on matters relating to numerous Occupy Portland arrests, interactions and altercations over the past year. Beginning on August 23 and continuing through November, Occupiers and their supporters will flood the courthouse as...
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Save the Date!! OPDX Open House: All Roads Lead To Wall Street!!

September 2, 2012
Save the Date!! OPDX Open House: All Roads Lead To Wall Street!!

We are excited to announce an upcoming Open House to celebrate the anniversary of Occupy Wall Street.  Occupy Portland will be hosting an evening of food, fun and community building on Friday, September 14th at the Occupy Portland Office located at 1131 SE Oak Street. Starting at 5pm, we will be in the park congregating,...
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Stop the city’s attempt to steal back Alicia Jackson’s home!!

September 2, 2012

When: Thursday, September 6th at 9:00am Where: 1900 S.W. 4th Ave #3000 Alicia Jackson, the woman whose home was liberated on May Day, is battling the city once again. She needs help collecting the $413 needed to get her water turned on. The city told her that if she can not demonstrate proof that her...
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Occupy History! Why No Revolution? – 2-Part Program – Sep. 27/Oct. 18

September 1, 2012

Why No Revolution? A Short History of American Left Movements featuring Joe Uris will be History of Social Justice Organizing’s first fall program Since the early1800s, there have been labor struggles, struggles against slavery and struggles for a more equitable distribution of wealth in the United States. Uris will briefly examine some of that...
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