Lieutenant Kamkar has promised that he and his team will make no arrests tonight. So everyone come celebrate the solstice and farewell to camp party.
The city government and police department has closed down Washington-Jefferson park and our camping Occupy community is asked to vacate today . We are continuing to work cooperatively with the police to functionally remove tents, break down structures, and foremost, keep our park clean during this displacement. Our goal is to continue to keep this
Join us for a candlelight vigil in support of Occupy Eugene Thursday, Dec. 22 at 6pm at the Washington/Jefferson park across 6th from the OE site.
With the city of Eugene planning to shutdown our right to assemble in protest to economic injustices, the Occupy Eugene BankBusters are holding their first event in their campaign to stop illegal foreclosures in Eugene neighborhoods.
Occupy Eugene members are reporting that Eugene Police began posting the below notices on tents as of late afternoon, Dec 21st.
Many of us are saddened and angry with the Eugene City Council’s decision to shutdown our protest, now is the perfect time to politely let your city council representatives know you support Occupy Eugene.
On Wednesday, December 21, a passive non-violent resistance training will take place at the building located at 7th and Polk (the old AAA Appliance warehouse) at 3pm. This training is highly recommended for those interested in engaging in civil disobedience when the occupy site is closed.
The General Assembly consensed on Tuesday Dec. 20th to hold General Assemblies every day at 7:00pm on site as long as we are occupying Washington Jefferson Park.
Occupy Eugene is saddened by the City Council’s decision to evict protestors from Washington-Jefferson Park only 5 days before Christmas. The emergency meeting and decision to evict represents a clear betrayal of the collaborative relationship established between OE and the City. This decision will serve as further motivation to protesters here in Eugene and around