May 16, 5:30pm at 300 Country Club Rd., Eugene is the next Police Commissioners meeting where discussion of the policy will take place. Go to the hearing or submit comments at http://www.eugene-or.gov/index.aspx?NID=1344. The Eugene Police Department is in the process of drafting a new policy regarding the right of the public to record police interactions.
http://encirclefilms.org/ Don’t miss this outstanding film this Thursday, May 7 at 6 PM at the old Bijou (492 E. 13th Ave. Eugene). It tells the truth and inspires unlike the recent PBS documentary about “the end of the sixties” quoting Buchanan of all people at length and suggesting that Nixon felt terrible about the student
Wed May 6th 2015 Eugene PeaceWorks is working to bring KEPW-LP 97.3, a real community radio station to Eugene! Occupy Eugene sincerely supports this effort because independent media is so important in an era where we receive our news more and more based on corporate interests. PeaceWorks just got word from the FCC that they
Invite your friends! EARTH DAY 2015 is on! Forty five years after it began, a committee of local organizers is keeping the global celebration alive in Eugene/Springfield! This year’s event, April 25th at Alton Baker Park, replaces the recently- canceled annual observance originally scheduled for April 18th at EWEB (River Place Plaza). “EARTH DAY IN
HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE CRISIS OF YOUTH HOMELESSNESS 11:30am to 3pm April 25, 2015. First Christian Congregational Church 1050 E. 23rd Ave., Eugene OR A community forum and conversation on the growing numbers of children and youth who are unhoused in the Eugene/Springfield Area and what can be done toward elimination of this violation of
Playing Saturday, November 8 @ 3 pm, Valley River Center Regal Cinemas, 500 Valley River Center, Eugene Oregon. Homes for the Houseless tells the story of how the transitional micro- housing project, Opportunity Village Eugene, is transforming lives through community. Produced by Occupy Eugene Media Group member Jana Thrift and David Zupan with Eugene Peaceworks.
Kickoff fundraiser: Sat., Jun. 7, 11am-6pm, Madison Meadow, W. 22nd and Madison; featuring Walker T. Ryan, SugarBeets, other local musicians & talented students.
Funds raised will support NHS and will provide amenities like port-a-potties for current homeless camps. NHS will provide safe community for un-housed people with disabilities living alongside individuals who can provide support.
Eugene is the 1st US city to pass a resolution to ban bee-killing pesticides & make pesticide-free parks a priority!
Live music, yo-yo demo, bubble art, face painting, field games, kid’s book give-away & poetry workshop, prizes, beekeepers, coloring books, open mic poetry reading.
Sponsor: Smith Family Bookstore. Coconut Bliss provides “SCOOPS FOR A CAUSE.”
Occupy Eugene continues to hold GA’s at Growers Market.
They are now being held 6:00 pm on the third Friday of each month.
Please join us at our General Assembly at the Growers Market, 454 Willamette St., Eugene, OR.
On Wednesday August 21 Occupy Eugene and Occupy Bankbusters will present a benefit showing of the new documentary Jekyll Island: the Truth Behind the Federal Reserve, produced and directed by Bill Still, at 7 PM in the EWEB Community Room at 500 E. 4th in Eugene.