Occupy Eugene will gather for coffee and donuts at the Old Federal Building Saturday May 25th at 10:00 AM to prepare for the March Against Monsanto. Occupiers will head over to the Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza at 10:45 AM.
The World Wide March Against Monsanto begins at 11:00 AM. There will be a rally, march and party.
Please join Occupy Eugene and affinity groups to demand a sustainable GMO free food supply.
Make your voice heard in the fight for Economic and Social Justice, Workers’ Rights, Immigration Reform, and Environmental Sanity.
Exercise your First Amendment Rights to speak, sing, march, and organize!
5:00pm Celebration Rally at Kesey Square, W. Broadway & Willamette
5:30pm Solidarity March from Kesey Square to the Old Federal Building
6:00pm Party & Potluck at the Old Fed–Family Friendly Speakers, Music, and Entertainment into the night!
Brought to you by: Occupy Eugene, The Civil Liberties Defense Center, and Community Alliance of Lane County.
This Saturday, April 20, during EWEB’s 2013 Earth Day Celebration and beginning at 1 pm, Occupy Eugene will stage a Tug of War to demonstrate the “pull between good and bad energy.”
March 11 is the two yr. anniversary of the Fukushima Nuke Plant disaster. Lets bring attention to our continuing unsafe lust for dirty energy at the cost of our planet and our future. Occupy Eugene, the Survival Center, and CALC will be helping with a series of events throughout the week.
3/11/13 6pm @ Our Islands Conservation Center, 120 W. Broadway & Olive, Eugene OR
Opening Ceremony with music, potluck, community networking opportunities, nuclear film & discussion.
3/13/13 Noon @ EMU Ampitheater, 1228 University Ave. , UofO, Eugene OR
Nuclear Freedom Now! Rally featuring speakers, music, spoken word, and theater to encourage nuclear awareness about issues in the Northwest and abroad. March to share this information with our community at large.
3/14/13 7pm @ Harris Hall, 125 E. 8th Ave., Eugene OR
Post Ignorance Talk with Kevin D. Blanch. Learn about the ongoing disaster in Fukushima and have discussion about solutions.
3/15/13 1pm to 4pm @ Kesey Square, Willamette & Broadway, Eugene OR
Kesey Square Revival goes Nuclear! Speakers, theater and letter writing workshop; to address nuclear concerns around Hanford, Fukushima, and our need to Occupy Big Energy everywhere.
5pm Friday, February 22 in the Whiteaker NeighborhoodThe SLEEPS’ Strike Team will offer a view into the darker side of being a human, un-housed, and trying to sleep on the streets of Eugene, Oregon.
Every night the human biological need to sleep demands its time and space. It has no mercy, nor heed to environment. And short of death nothing can ever prevent it. The uncontrollable consequences of being human are inescapable for all human beings. However, for those in our community that are un-housed the consequences shift in hue and tone to a sometimes very dark reality. How would you sleep if you knew each night’s effort to sleep was a roll of the dice, with the odds always against you…
Come join our Last Friday Art Walk Street Theater team for a night of light vs dark and life vs death.
And as always SLEEPS asks you to consider what role you fill in the urban theater we call life?
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The Occupation at 1191 Lawrence St., Eugene, OR needs volunteers for occupying the space in 3 hr. shifts and overnights. It is a great way to connect with our community to share the reasons for which we Occupy. Sign up for a shift at the site or by emailing Jana at firstname.lastname@example.org after looking at the following schedule:
A group of Occupy Eugene activists spontaneously began occupying the old Federal Courthouse courtyard at 7th and Pearl streets on the evening of May 1.
Occupy Eugene Tent Monsters infest George Poling’s lawn. Police come to the rescue.
The Eugene City Council is being asked to support an extension of Occupy Eugene’s exemption to the no camping ordinance so the occupation can legally remain at Washington/Jefferson Park. The present exemption expires December 15 and the City council will meet to decide our fate this Monday, December 12th. Please join us to express your
A candlelight vigil will commence at 4:15 PM at City Hall in time for the city council working session (5:30pm) and extending until after the 7:30 pm City Council meeting and Council Vote. There will be a scheduled program of music and activities! Please Bring Candles, Lighters, and Cups to Hold Candles. We would love