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Panel on the origins of the Portland Women’s Movement January 24th

Please join us for The Portland Women's Movement, Part I: Origins, History of Social Justice Organizing's first program for 2013. The panel will feature Maureen Gray Hudson, Kathleen Saadat and Susan Stoner. Sandy Polishuk will moderate.

Find us in room 328 Smith Center at Portland State University, 1825 SW Broadway on
Thursday, January 24 at 7pm. The program will be free as usual.
Maureen Gray Hudson is an artist, writer and web publisher. She was active in Portland's city-wide women's organizing projects, including the women's speaker's bureau and women's center. In the late 60s and early 70s she was active at Portland State in the day care organizing project, the chair of PSU Speaker's Bureau, President of S.D.S. and co-founder of Women University Members.

Kathleen Saadat has been an activist in Portland, OR since the 1970's. She worked with several women's groups both social and political. Among them The Black Women's Rap Group; Las Mujheres de Colores de Oregon; Radical Women; Black Lesbians and Gays United. She was also part of the group of women who responded to the government's attack on the Fred Hampton Clinic; participated in consciousness raising groups and community building during that time.

Susan Stoner is a local union attorney and historical mystery writer. She was involved in the early 1970's with the Women's International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell (WITCHES), started the Women's Health Clinic in Neighborhood House, Health Rap, Outside In and a whole slew of community activist projects ranging from children and families to prisoner advocacy.

Moderator: Sandy Polishuk is an oral historian, writer and activist. In the late 60s and early 70s she helped organize women's consciousness raising groups and was a member of both the first women's studies coordinating committee at PSU and the city-wide women's movement speakers bureau.

History of Social Justice Organizing is an ongoing series of presentations by activists and scholars on a wide variety of social justice organizing both in Portland and elsewhere. A program of Occupy History

Find upcoming programs at historyofsocialjustice.wordpress.com and
www.facebook.com/historyofsocialjustice. Contact us at  info@occupyhistory.us

homepage: homepage: http://occupyhistory.us


Videos: Previous lectures from Occupy History Project 12.Jan.2013 18:16

Joe Anybody

Video Series is from Recorded events by:
Occupy Portland & History of Social Organizing
 http://occupyhistory.us/

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 http://www.joeanybody.com/id35.html

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Presentation #9
History of Social Justice Organizing:
No December 2012 presentations planned*
Next presentation is January 24th 2013
[  http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2013/01/421193.shtml ]

Presentation #8
Occupy History of Social Justice Organizing - The Grange Movement Overlooked -
Presentation by Theresa Thorud,
Program Director of the Washington -Yamhil Pomona Grange.  http://youtu.be/eY_1T9jnUo4
and also can be downloaded from here:  link to archive.org


Presentation #7
History of Social Justice Organizing: Joe Uris - Part 2 @ PSU in Portland 10.18.12  http://youtu.be/P85MmQ0Xhto
also this video is posted for download here:
 link to archive.org

Presentation #6
History of Social Justice Organizing: Joe Uris - Part 1 @ PSU in Portland 9.27.12
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QSuK5gvb0g


Presentation #5
History of Social Justice Organizing: Civil Disobedience & Nuclear Power in the NW @ Peace House on 5.22.12
 link to archive.org

Presentation #4
History of Social Justice Organizing: Oregon Farmworkers Organizing @ Peace House on 4.29.12
 link to archive.org

Presentation #3
History of Social Justice Organizing: Free Speech Movement 1964 Hugo du Coudray - @ Centeral Library in Portland 3.28.12
 http://youtu.be/fqba-T_vqkU

Presentation #2
History of Social Justice Organizing: "Anti War - PSU Protest on May 4 1970" @ Peace House 3.13.12
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5MYzmalpvI

Presentation #1
[not recorded]

1.24.13 Presentation video is now online 27.Jan.2013 18:54

joe

Presentation #9

 http://youtu.be/N2W5T-nNLDY

Filmed in Portland Oregon on 1 / 24 / 2013
Part 1

The Portland Women's Movement, Part I: Origins, History of Social Justice Organizing 2013

The Portland Women's Movement, Part I: Origins, History of Social Justice Organizing's first program for 2013. The panel will feature Maureen Gray Hudson, Kathleen Saadat and Susan Stoner. Sandy Polishuk will moderate.


Maureen Gray Hudson is an artist, writer and web publisher. She was active in Portland's city-wide women's organizing projects, including the women's speaker's bureau and women's center. In the late 60s and early 70s she was active at Portland State in the day care organizing project, the chair of PSU Speaker's Bureau, President of S.D.S. and co-founder of Women University Members.

Kathleen Saadat has been an activist in Portland, OR since the 1970's. She worked with several women's groups both social and political. Among them The Black Women's Rap Group; Las Mujheres de Colores de Oregon; Radical Women; Black Lesbians and Gays United. She was also part of the group of women who responded to the government's attack on the Fred Hampton Clinic; participated in consciousness raising groups and community building during that time.

Susan Stoner is a local union attorney and historical mystery writer. She was involved in the early 1970's with the Women's International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell (WITCHES), started the Women's Health Clinic in Neighborhood House, Health Rap, Outside In and a whole slew of community activist projects ranging from children and families to prisoner advocacy.

Moderator: Sandy Polishuk is an oral historian, writer and activist. In the late 60s and early 70s she helped organize women's consciousness raising groups and was a member of both the first women's studies coordinating committee at PSU and the city-wide women's movement speakers bureau.

Video is on Archive dot org 28.Jan.2013 18:59

joe

This presentation is now uploaded to archive dot org - where folks can watch and/or download the video:

 link to archive.org