Action Alert

12. 22 Stop Illegal Foreclosures Action

12. 22 Stop Illegal Foreclosures Action

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.  

12. 14 Occupy the Speakeasy: A Benefit for Occupy Eugene and the Eugene Seventeen

12. 14 Occupy the Speakeasy: A Benefit for Occupy Eugene and the Eugene Seventeen

When: Wed December 14, 9:30pm-2:00am Where: Oak Street Speakeasy 915 Oak St, Eugene, OR 97401 What: Join with us and help Occupy the Oak Street Speakeasy! Occupy Eugene has organized a benefit for the Eugene Seventeen – the seventeen demonstrators of civil disobedience who were arrested outside Chase and Bank of America on November 17th. 

Occupy Eugene Member Hurt in Hit and Run

Dusk Winston, one of the 17 Occupy Eugene members arrested on November 17th actions was hit by a car yesterday in Portland, OR while participating in the actions to shutdown Portland commercial ports. Seen in the nearly 1 minute video above, protestors were gathered nonviolently in the street when a car approaches and without stopping 

12. 12 West Coast Ports Shutdown

12. 12 West Coast Ports Shutdown

UPDATE: If you are looking for a ride to the below event, tonight, Saturday, December 10th at 6:30pm is a meeting at Growers Market at 454 Willamette St. to organize rides. Since the Occupy movement has swept across the US from coast to coast, you’ve been itching for something to do, haven’t you? Shutting down 

12. 10 Global Human Rights March

12. 10 Global Human Rights March

In support of the United Nation’s International Human Rights Day, Occupy Eugene will be holding a rally and march at 1:00pm on Saturday, December 10 at the main stage area at the northern end of Washington/Jefferson Park (the “basketball courts”) After a quick rally there, we will be marching south to 5th Ave and eastwardly 

12.12 Support Occupy Eugene Monday!

12.12 Support Occupy Eugene Monday!

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 

12.12 OCCUPY YOUR HEART - Candlelight Vigil

12.12 OCCUPY YOUR HEART – Candlelight Vigil

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 

Petition to the Mayor and City Council

Petition to the Mayor and City Council

PETITION TO THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF EUGENE, OR We the undersigned request that the City of Eugene continue to partner with Occupy Eugene to provide a safe community to the hundreds of homeless who have been forced onto the streets due to the economic injustices of our times and who have now found 

Contact your City Councilor-Support an Extension of Occupy Eugene's Camping Exemption!!

Contact your City Councilor-Support an Extension of Occupy Eugene’s Camping Exemption!!

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