Occupation

Solidarity with Occupy Los Angeles and Occupy Philly

November 29, 2011

As twitter and facebook reports are coming in, it seems that both Occupy Los Angeles and Occupy Philly may face eviction tonight. Occupy Portland would like to express solidarity with our fellow occupiers. Stay strong. Stay safe. Stay peaceful. http://www.livestream.com/occupyphiladelphia http://www.ustream.tv/occupyfreedomla   Much Love, Occupy Portland
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Un-Spinning the Costs of Occupy

November 23, 2011

The following excerpt is from an article was posted on the Portland Occupier. please check it out in full. “The City’s claim that Occupy Portland is responsible for the additional police presence ignores their own responsibility for managing resources responsibly.  As the Occupy marches held on November 19 and 20 demonstrated, the massive police presence was totally...
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A Response To Portland Police Chief Mike Reese

November 21, 2011

We understand that Portland Police Chief Mike Reese has issued an apology for misrepresenting the facts around the Portland Police Bureau’s delayed response time on a sexual assault report, originally blaming, in part, Occupy Portland for the delay, which was untrue. Nonetheless, the Occupy Portland Sexual Assault Survivor’s Advocacy Committee would like to issue the...
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Portland Occupark/Parkupation 2.0

November 19, 2011

For Immediate Release As wall street and the banks have occupied our government, our livelihoods, and our ability to thrive; we shall continue to occupy everywhere to express, communicate and educate our fellow Portlandians of the issues in manners guaranteed by the constitution of the United States of America. Massachusetts Superior Court Judge Frances...
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Location, Location, Location

November 18, 2011

The physical presence of Occupy Portland is an important psychological presence as well. In our hearts and minds our relationship to Camp was that of a place of connections, information distribution, and unity. Without this prominently visible stronghold, everyone is asking, “What’s next?” The simple answer to that is – a diversity of tactics. One will...
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The Lessons of Saturday Night by the November 13th Group

November 18, 2011
The Lessons of Saturday Night by the November 13th Group


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An Open Letter to the People of Portland:

November 15, 2011

An Open Letter to the People of Portland: On November 13th, the City of Portland and the Portland Police carried out an eviction of Occupy Portland in the Lownsdale and Chapman Squares. As the clock struck midnight, thousands of you supported us peacefully protesting the eviction. By dawn the police requested for us to...
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Come to Chapman and Lownsdale Now! Police Clearing the parks (9:30 am)

November 13, 2011

(9:30 am) The Occupy Portland encampment is presently being cleared by Portland police. Come show your solidarity ASAP! More details as available
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What’s Happening Today?

November 12, 2011

Welcome to a day of action for Occupy Portland! Here’s what’s going on today.
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AN OPEN INVITATION TO THE OCCU-FEST

November 11, 2011

*****UPDATE: Musical Guests today are as follows: DJ support from Chris & Jesiah (occupy) pdx trance/songs of freedom and liberation 2pm – 3pm Little Sue Www.myspace.com/littlesuemusic 345-445 Melinda Pitterman 6-7pm David Rovics Www.davidrovics.com ***** PORTLAND, ORE.– Occupy Portland is responding to the Mayor’s threat of eviction on Saturday night, November 12 and 13, by throwing...
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