Neighborhood Anarchist Collective Share Fair

Join Neighborhood Anarchist Collective (NAC) with this month’s Solidarity Share Fair
“A Really Free Market”
The monthly Share Fair provides free resources and services from local organizations and community groups to unhoused and working class members of the community. There will also be food, live music, and a chance to know members of your community – and it’s all free.
When: Wednesday December 25th, 2019
Time: 3 pm – 6:30 pm
Where: Eugene Garden Club (1645 High St.)
Join NAC to help those in our community most adversely affected by capitalism
Share Fair Volunteer Info, go to: Share Fair Volunteer Info – Neighborhood Anarchist Collective
For more information, go to: Share Fair – Neighborhood Anarchist Collective

Beyond Toxics’ Resilient Forestry Tour

Join Beyond Toxics for a beautiful walk among the diverse woods of a sustainably-managed
forest! We will be looking into the healthy ecosystem created through
sustainable forest management and how this strategy can be used to sequester
carbon and sustain healthy air and water in the face of climate change. David
Eisler, owner of Shady Creek Forest, will lead us on a guided tour through
stands of resilient woods. Oregon forests are at serious risk from increases in
disease, drought, and wildfires due to climate change. You will hear Eisler’s
perspective on forest resiliency based on his experience managing for long term
health along with financial yield.

Register at no later than July 6th at noon.
This is a family friendly event; please no dogs. People who
register will meet at Lane County Historical Museum at noon to carpool. More
details will be emailed once registered.

Beyond Toxics (541) 465-8860

A Colony Called Oregon

Join Community Rights Lane County for a talk by Chuck Willer of the Coast Range Association on Wall Street
forest ownership, tax avoidance, and corporate forestry’s ecological
harm in light of climate change and social alternatives.

Where: Eugene Garden Club, 1645 High Street
When: Thursday, January 11th, 7pm

Free and open to the public.

Contact Community Rights Lane County

Oxbow Creek Headwaters

Oxbow Creek Headwaters, Oregon Coast Range

Benefit for KEPW Community Radio 97.3 FM

Eugene PeaceWorks
Benefit for KEPW Community Radio 97.3 FM
Featuring “Alternative Radio” host David Barsamian
and a diverse music program
Whirled Pies, 199 W. 8th
November 15th 6-10 pm
Admission – sliding scale from $10 to $100

Proceeds paying for the new improved KEPW signal now reaching throughout Eugene, Springfield and beyond.

Legendary folk musician Chico Schwall and two of Eugene hottest bands: “Soul Vibrator” and “Fortune’s Folly” will perform. The first 25 paying after doors open at 6 PM can choose a free unique t-shirt or button and bumper sticker from the Eugene PeaceWorks collection.

One of America’s most tireless and wide-ranging investigative journalists, David Barsamian has altered the independent media landscape, both with his weekly radio show Alternative Radio-now in its 32th year-and his books with Howard Zinn, Tariq Ali, Richard Wolff, Arundhati Roy and Edward Said. His forthcoming book with Noam Chomsky is Global Discontents: Conversations on the Rising Threats to Democracy.

Chico Schwall is a folksinger, multi-instrumentalist songwriter and union activist. “Soul Vibrator” plays a groovy fusion of funk-electronica, psychedelic, soul, reggae, rock and jazzy tunes! “Fortune’s Folly” keeps the dream of alt-rock alive with the warm and fuzzy (guitar) feeling of those mid-90s women fronted bands like “The Breeders” and “No Doubt.”

Protect Our Public Forests Interactive Workshop

Cascadia Wildlands and Oregon Wild are holding an interactive workshop on current federal threats to public forests. Practice making your voice heard in defense of public lands.

November Tuesday, November 14,  6 – 8 PM
Sam Bonds Brewing, 540 E 8th Ave, Eugene

Don’t Ban Me! A March for Homeless Rights

Join Ward 9 Homeless Neighbors Association to March for Homeless Rights
Meet At the Hult Center gathering on Willamette, between 6th & 7th ave.
Wednesday, September 27, 2017 5pm
The dog ban, camping ban, sleeping ban, sitting ban – the City of Eugene is banning homelessness by banning what we need to survive: sleep, rest, companionship, and community.
If you are on Facebook, you can invite your friends.

“Close the School of the Americas” Annual Benefit Concert, featuring Tom Rawson

LASC (Latin America Solidarity Committee’s) is raising money for local and national work to close the School of the Americas/WHINSEC, and defray costs of local activists going to the national protest.
September 30, 2017 7pm to 9pm
Wellsprings Friends School 3590 W. 18th Ave.
Eugene OR, 97405
Contact Information:
(541) 485-8633 or email
What is LASC? Link to their website

International Women and Women Aligned Day Rally

Intersectional People’s Network of Eugene/Springfield (a newly forming community organizing group), Disrupt! Eugene and So Just Collective invite the community to join them at A Rally for International Women and Women Aligned Day at the Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza this coming Wednesday, March 8th at 6:00 p.m. to celebrate “International Women’s Day,” as the groups take time to honor women and transfeminine people across all intersectionalities, as a community.

They gather to celebrate and center the lives and experiences of women of color, transgender, queer, non-binary people who are women aligned, disabled, indigenous and immigrant women. The three groups recognize how these identities intersecting with “womanhood” can directly interfere with a person’s prerogative to identify as simply “woman.” This event will have an anti-racist framework to give voice to people who have been underrepresented or misrepresented.

Ashanti Gilbert, one of the event’s organizers, says, “As an African American woman living in Eugene, I felt there was a need for marginalized women’s voices to be heard and celebrated from our own perspectives, whether immigrant, women of color, Muslim, disabled or woman aligned. Much of the organizing that happens here in Eugene usually is centered on the voices of white women. While I appreciate their efforts, many of us are not afforded the freedom to identify as just ‘woman.’ We are mostly identified by the adjective before woman, that is, Black woman, Muslim woman, disabled woman, et cetera. In conjunction with International Women’s Day, we celebrate those intersections.”

International Women & Women Aligned Day Rally on Facebook

Occupy Eugene General Assembly

Occupy Eugene continues to hold GA’s at Growers Market.

They are now being held at 6:00 pm on the first Monday of each month.

Please join us at our General Assembly at the Growers Market, 454 Willamette St., Eugene, OR.

Policing the Police: Your Right to Record Law Enforcement

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
      The Eugene Police Department is in the process of drafting a new policy regarding the right of the public to record police interactions. This forum discusses your constitutional rights to record police, why this right and responsibility is important to ensure police accountability, and how to record legally and safely. We also discuss the proposed draft of EPD Policy 415, “Recording Police Activities By the Community,” and provide information on how you can contribute to this process.
Eugene Policy 415 is being drafted right now and it needs community and professional input to make sure our constitutional rights are protected adequately.  Here is the link to a pertinent five minute clip from the last Eugene Police Commissioner’s meeting:
Policy 415 and 606 for the pilot program putting cameras downtown can be viewed at