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The March 21 training, “Planning, Accountability and Using Work Plans” with Marion Malcolm, Jean Stacy was delayed on this past Wednesday due to weather. We will be moving the training to March 28th and try to fit in the computer training with Jamil Jonna on the same day or in the following weeks. Please visit the Occupation Education page for updates and changes to the syllabus.
Occupy Eugene in collaboration with the ACLU, Civil Liberties Defense Center, NAACP, Eugene Springfield Solidarity Network and CALC (the Community Alliance of Lane County), invites the public to a Walk with Trayvon on Monday, April 2, beginning at 5 p.m. at the Campbell Center, 2nd and High streets.
All are welcome, no charge. No appointments; first come, first served. If you have any medical conditions, concerns or questions, please come by. Let’s all do what we can to make our Occupy Eugene environment as healthy and safe as possible.
Also available in : Spanish
Register Guard has a piece on Occupy Eugene Medical tent and the free haircuts given this past Sunday.
Occupy Eugene stands with the family of Trayvon Martin and demands justice for his killing.
The Occupation Education series continues this Wednesday March 28th. The training is on “Planning, Accountability and Using Work Plans” with Marion Malcolm, Jean Stacy. The training was delayed this past Wednesday due to weather.
A silent meditation/prayer circle is open to everyone to bring their practice to share.
The Occupy Eugene Foreclosure Action Committee created this to put an immediate moratorium on foreclosures in Oregon.
City and County governments rely heavily on local Boards and Commissions for direction and public input. These boards and commissions are comprised of people like us, who volunteer their time. People who serve on them not only get to ask questions that will be answered, they also get to have a voice in policy decisions. It’s very powerful, individual direct action. Please consider getting involved in these advisory functions. Your participation is valuable!