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Cosponsored by the Lane branch-Industrial Workers of the World, Occupy Eugene, AFSME 3214 & Eugene-Springfield Solidarity Network. Free admission. Poverty is no accident. It comes from 20% of the planet’s population using 80% of it’s resources. This exploitation has historical roots, but now is based on unfair debt, trade and tax policies toward the lower
Occupy Eugene will be joining dozens of Occupations from around Oregon to rally in Salem for the opening of the 2012 legislative session on Wednesday, February 1, from 10am -5pm. Throughout the day there will be workshops, opportunities to coordinate & advocate for our causes and a GA to coordinate further actions for this session.
Free Bradley Manning When: Wednesday, February 1 – 7:30pm Where: First United Methodist Church, 1376 Olive St. Contact: Michael Carrigan, CALC, 541.844.4677, firstname.lastname@example.org Bradley Manning, a 24-year-old Army intelligence analyst, faces life in prison for allegedly sharing the “Collateral Murder” video of a US helicopter attack that killed 11 civilians and wounded two children in
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In response to brutal police repression in Oakland, Occupy Eugene will join in a day of Solidarity with Occupy Oakland along with Occupies Wall Street, Boston, Philadelphia and many others.
Come on down! Bring your youthful enthusiasm and your get-it-done attitudes! We can get Occupy V spiffy for tonight’s Art Walk together. Where: 1274 W. 7th, Eugene When: 10am until we get it done
The Occupy Eugene Neighborhood Actions Committee is having a open meet and greet at the Grower’s Market today, Jan. 25th from 5 to 6pm. Please come meet the participants in the committee dedicated to fixing the Eugene foreclosure crisis and network with others. Where: 454 Willamette St. Contact person: Reid Kimball email: email@example.com
January 26, at 6 pm, Lane County nurses and their supporters will meet at the AFSCME bldg (7th and Charnelton Aves in Eugene), have something to eat and then go out to leaflet around the city in small groups. We encourage you to turn out in support of the nurses and to help them get a
STOP THE OEIB RUNAWAY TRAIN The Oregon Education Investment Board is primed to rush legislation with inadequate public review that will profoundly change public education, permitting UO to opt out of the higher ed system with a private board. It reinforces the assessment based movement with investment of human energy in collecting data for the
Please join us this Friday the 27th at 11:45am and/or Saturday the 28th at 2:30pm for a Silent Interfaith Meditation/Prayer Circle. Everyone is welcome, regardless of religious affiliation. The intention is to create the time and space to listen to the message arising from within our hearts and minds and to generate the compassion that
Where: First United Methodist Church, 1376 Olive St. When: Today, January 19, 6 – 8:30 pm. Why: Our economic and political systems are ineffective for the 99%. Lane County citizens will gather this evening to discuss what next steps we can all take together. Here’s the flyer: http://i42.tinypic.com/9hrga0.jpg