Monthly Archives: October 2012

Rally and Vigil: Free Siddharta Fisher

October 26, 2012
Rally and Vigil: Free Siddharta Fisher

Offer Our Community Safe Alternative Treatments to psycho-pharma drugs FREE SIDDHARTA FISHER support his right to heal and recover from trauma Monday, October 29th NOON_1:00 Columbia River Mental Health Services 6926 NE Fourth Plain Blvd, Vancouver, Washington 98661-7369 (we need at least 35 friends to hold 35 life size candle props to shine a...
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EMERGENCY: Stop The Eviction Of Alicia Jackson

October 24, 2012
EMERGENCY: Stop The Eviction Of Alicia Jackson

As you know, since she reclaimed her house on May 1, 2012, Alicia Jackson has been engaged in a battle with the city of Portland to get her water turned on.  On September 6th, Alicia participated in a hearing with the city and presented evidence to them clarifying that she is in a legal...
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Occupy Goes Transit

October 24, 2012
Occupy Goes Transit

Help us get the message of the 99% on Trimet!!  Let’s face it: Occupy Portland (and the greater national movement for that matter) is facing a Public Relations crisis. There are simply too many people unengaged with us while too little word being spread about us as we embark on our 2nd year. And it certainly...
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Pots and Pizzy Casserole Pub Crawls

October 18, 2012
Pots and Pizzy Casserole Pub Crawls

With N3 right around the corner, a group of hardworking community members have put together a weekly outreach action. For the next three Fridays at 7pm, we will be doing a Pots and Pizzy Casserole Pub Crawl on a different street in the Portland area. Come on out, bang some pots and pans, grab...
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Alert: New Spokes Council Schedule & Structure

October 5, 2012

Spokes Council will meet the 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month.  Time and location remain the same (7pm at St. Francis Dining Hall). The 1st Thursday will continue to be focused on Networking & Report Backs from working groups and organizations working towards change (and who still hate Wall Street).  These councils provide...
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Enough Is Enough: N3 National Day of Action

October 4, 2012
Enough Is Enough: N3 National Day of Action

“Our dreams don’t fit in their ballot boxes” On November 3rd Occupy Portland and the Portland Action Lab invites all people to mobilize, march, and take direct action against austerity. Corporations control our governments, hoard wealth, privatize our community resources, and burden us with enormous debt — This is AUSTERITY and we say Enough...
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October 6th & 7th: Occupy Portland!! Not Afghanistan!!

October 2, 2012
October 6th & 7th: Occupy Portland!! Not Afghanistan!!

October 6th marks the one year anniversary of Occupy Portland rising up to expose the economic inequalities in our country and our world, and to demand that people take precedent over profit. October 7th marks eleven years since the US invasion and continued occupation of Afghanistan. To mark these historic events, the Peace Network and Occupy Portland...
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FILM: Occupied Cascadia Premier Sun. Oct 7th, 7PM

October 1, 2012

The first full-length known documentary on the bioregional movement happening in Cascadia is making its Portland premier this Sunday, October 7th at 7PM at Clinton Street Theater. If you’ve wondered what those blue, white and green flags are at various Occupy Portland events, wonder no more. Read more »

Friday, October 5th: Release Party for LIES: A Journal of Materialist Feminism

October 1, 2012
Friday, October 5th: Release Party for LIES: A Journal of Materialist Feminism

  When: Friday, October 5th from 7-10pm Where: In Other Words 14 NE Killingsworth, Portland Join us for readings and discussion on selections from LIES, as well as hang out with snacks and drinks! LIES is a new journal spearheaded by a feminist collective based in Oakland, Baltimore, Los Angeles and New York City....
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