Please contact your local City Councilor asap and ask him/her to support an extension of Occupy Eugene’s exemption to the no camping ordinance. December 15th, Occupy Eugene’s present exemption expires. Contact your City Councilor and ask him/her to allow the occupation to continue at Washington/Jefferson Park. If you don’t know who your councilor is, click
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Come to Town Hall at MacCourt (University St. near 18th) at 3 p.m. today, Wed. November 30, for an Occupy action on tuition rates, student loans and the cost of education, brought to you by our Education Alliance. #occupyeugene #occupyoregon Please forward.
“There are many reasons I volunteer with Occupy Eugene … I am deeply concerned with humans who are less able to advocate for themselves,” said Occupy Eugene member and civil rights attorney Lauren Regan at the Why Occupy Eugene? panel discussion at Cozmic Pizza on November 28. “The brunt of the financial crisis has been
Who: Occupy Eugene Education Alliance, Students and Faculty of the University of Oregon What: Teach-In on the International Ramifications of the Occupy Movement Where:115 Lawrence Hall room 115 University of Oregon When: 7:00pm There will be speakers who will address the student movements in Chile, Mexico, Spain, Portugal, France, and Germany. It is hoped to
Looking for ways to get involved but don’t know where to plug in? Don’t have the time to get down to camp but want to contribute to the movement from your own home? We need help researching issues from foreclosures to campaign finance to ways to influence our local government. We need people to help
Why Occupy Eugene? A Community Conversation Members of Occupy Eugene (Lauren Regan, civil rights attorney; Jamil Jonna, UO graduate student and Silver Mogart, Community Alliance of Lane County community organizer) will speak about why they occupy, the historic significance of occupations as a form of protest, the importance of dissent, the financial crisis, environmental racism,
Tonight, Occupy LA and Occupy Philly are facing much adversity as their city governments plan to use their citizens’ tax dollars to have their police forces evict the most promising social change movement in decades from their occupation sites. Occupy Eugene, which faces our own uncertain future this December 15th, stands in solidarity with Occupy
This Wednesday, November 30th, 12:15 pm at the University of Oregon EMU Amphitheater is Operation Walk Out! A national event – 24,000 teachers striking because of pension changes. Students and teachers have been greatly impacted by the economic crisis. Education needs to be top priority. Students, teachers & faculty marching against education cuts, tuition hikes,
CLDC is hosting an event on Saturday in solidarity with Occupy Eugene. The proceeds will help defend the 17 activists arrested on Nov. 17th when they shut down five national banks in Eugene. No one turned away for lack of funds. Come dance and enjoy great company for a great cause! David Rovics, the Brass