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
Occupy Eugene is part of this month’s Last Friday Art Walk! So from 6-9 on November 25th (Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving) we will be an Art Walk stop with live music and arts galore at camp in Washington Jefferson Park. If you would like to contribute art to the cause, please contact Dani:
If you have a coat to give, drop it off. If you need a coat, pick one up. Join the global holiday from consumerism. Spend the day without spending! Fri. Nov. 25th\11am – 3pm; 55 W. Broadway.
Occupy Eugene will be holding a booth at the Holiday market this weekend! When: 10am-6pm Friday Nov. 25, Saturday Nov. 26, Sunday Nov. 27 Where: Lane County Fairgrounds, 13th & Jefferson Eugene, Oregon Occupy Eugene will have a table in the Non Profit area of the market and focus on community outreach. We will be
November 19, 2011, Eugene-Saturday at the Occupy Eugene camp at Washington Jefferson Park, a medical emergency occurred involving the Eugene Police Department and paramedics. A man in his early 30’s overdosed from heroin around 4pm. Occupy protesters in camp immediately called 9-1-1 and came together to provide support. Luckily among the occupiers were a licensed
Please join Occupy Eugene, the Eugene-IWW, AFSME Local 3214 and ESSN for a screening of “The plunder of our time: Why Wall Street is not too big to jail.
When: Mon. Nov. 21rst @ 7pm
Where: Cozmic Pizza (8th Ave. and Charnelton)
Also available in : Spanish
Here is a transcript with Occupy Eugene organizer Samuel Rutledge on KUGN Morning News with Storm and Grant on November 14 (download .mp3): Storm: Why this all started and what are you actually protesting? Sam: The Occupy movement started back in September in New York City and a group of people came together to start
“We’ll occupy the streets, we’ll occupy the courts, we’ll occupy the offices of you, till you do the bidding of the many, not the few.” Inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement, artist Makana, wearing an “Occupy with Aloha” T-shirt performed his song “We are the Many” at a dinner with leaders from 21 economies.
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