3 Year Memorial for Keaton Otis

May 10, 2013

keaton
Sunday, May 12th 5pm 7pm

The Miracles Club
4200 Northeast Martin Luther King Junior Blvd. Portland, Or 97211

Take To The Streets!

April 30, 2013
Take To The Streets!


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OCCUPY LOVE

April 14, 2013
OCCUPY LOVE

Occupy Portland invites you to the Portland premier of a film by award winning director Velcrow Ripper, OCCUPY LOVE Friday April 19th OCCUPY LOVE captures the heart of the movement of movements that is sweeping the planet in response to todays economic and environmental crises. OCCUPY LOVE captures the heart of the movement of...
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Occupy Portland History

April 3, 2013
Occupy Portland History

Only one week left to get a piece of Occupy Portland history and support OPDXs transition to the new office space. As a perk, Artist and Sculptor Jim Gion has donated several portrait sculptures completed over the past couple of years in and around Portland, and during the demonstration in Chapman and Lownsdale squares...
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M22: GOING POSTAL, A Full-On Art Attack (Pizza and Pancakes and Postcards)

March 20, 2013
M22: GOING POSTAL, A Full-On Art Attack (Pizza and Pancakes and Postcards)

As the light overcomes the darkness this Equinox, GO POSTAL on the Portland City Council. Join us march 22nd/23rd for a Pizza Sleep­over, Pancake Breakfast and Postcard Campaign Kick-off. An opportunity to socialize, celebrate, and network. An ongoing Art Attack on Portland City Hall for their torturous policies affecting the 1000s upon 1000s of...
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Were Moving!

March 14, 2013
We’re Moving!

Over a year ago, a small band of devoted Occupiers came together and created the St. Francis Working Group to plan well ahead about evolving our current Office and to prepare for the time if we do decide to move to another location. Now, with numerous General Assembly and Spokes Council approvals, as well...
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The Portland Women’s Movement Part 2 Building: From Activism to Institutions

February 20, 2013
The Portland Women’s Movement Part 2 – Building: From Activism to Institutions

The Portland Women’s Movement Part 2, Building: from Activism to Institutions History of Social Justice Organizing’s History of the Portland Women’s Movement continues on March 7th with Building: from Activism to Institutions featuring Ruth Gundle, Kristan Knapp, Ann Mussey, and May Wallace. Find us in the second floor Gallery of the Urban Affairs Building...
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Ne Sika Food from the Heart Fundraiser

February 11, 2013
Ne Si’ka – Food from the Heart Fundraiser

When: Monday, February 18th at 7pm Where: The Roxy 1121 SW Stark Downtown Portland Cost: $35 Get Tickets Here!! One week left to get your tickets to the hottest fundraiser in town!! For just $35, not only will you be giving to a great non-profit working to get the best pay what you...
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Emergency Rally Against Oregon Austerity No Deal For Nike

December 12, 2012
Emergency Rally Against Oregon Austerity – No Deal For Nike

This is an emergency call to arms, my friends. Our state legislatives are trying to rush a measure through that will give Nike tax incentives for the next 40 years. Its austerity measures like these that are hurting us economically. We have schools closing all around us, libraries cutting their hours, teachers losing their...
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International Human Rights Day

December 8, 2012
International Human Rights Day

Monday, December 10th is International Human Rights Day and we sure got a line-up for you!! From healthcare to workers rights, austerity is hitting us all, and on this day we fight back!! 10:ooam R2D2 Rally and Press Conference Members of Right 2 Dream Too and supporters will hold a press conference and rally...
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