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...It was the Truth.
Free vegan thanksgiving food baskets available to the community!
i saw two deer
This Thursday (the 29th) we're having a garage sale at the IDA house (1732 NE Alberta St, on the corer of 18th and Alberta streets). All proceeds go straight to the animals! Our family is large and growing, and we need to come up with the resources for vet bills, feed, fencing, bedding, and shelter so that we can do even more. We can do it with your help!
Healthcare activists and their supporters, take over the campus of Regence-Bluecross, in an attempt to meet with their CEO, and have demands heard, but are denied justice, and refused entry.
Rummage Sale Benefit for
Muddy Waters Worker-Owned Cafe and Music/Learning Space
Four members of Portland City Council unanimously vote to pass a resolution favoring Single Payer healthcare, as the debate continues to emerge in Washington, DC.
I work downtown. I work in a high rise office building, I have a PhD, I pull in a fairly good salary, and I am very involved with my community. I tell you these things, not because I think you ought to be impressed by them, but because I want to draw you a picture of the two different worlds that I am part of and the perspective that gives me. In one world, I have a five star view of the city from my ivory tower office, where I interact primarily with people in suits. In the other world, I am an advocate for people who are homeless - as I once was - and I am very close to the streets. And so this is where this story begins.
Hey folks, we're running low on operating funds and we are doing a few upcoming events to help us raise some money! We're holding a vegan bake sale at last Thursday on Alberta street this week.
Fit for human occupation, but unfit for the greedy finance capitalists who run the banking industry. No TARP program for homeowners in the Northeast Bronx.
A friend of Bossman says goodbye and gives thanks to knowing him and the hard-working founders of this animal sanctuary.
With a designer chicken in a circle and someone who clearly does his own media work the urban farm store is here. Great place for a bunch of hype. Overpriced chicks, feed, and 275$ for a chicken coop!!! I'm not kidding. No selection of seeds. Many good, solid glossy books on the subject of gardening. Go to the library for info, and buy "gardening west of the cascades" ANYWHERE ELSE.
U-Choose, according to it's flyer "is an issues based political team committed to ignite, energize, and mobilize those who wish to return to the principles of the founding documents of this nation", tonight hosted a resource fair and/both lively discussion on healthcare reform issues.
A tree lover asks questions about Portland-area trees that got cut this last spring and wonders if there might be another way, as in future storms, further cutting is likely until there are no trees left!?
Trying to get some people interested in continuing to build the garden at Liberty Hall.
Looking for sign language interpreter for Tacoma Book Fair.
A Really Really Free Market is like a potluck for whatever you want to give or take away. Have you ever brought one dish to a potluck and gone away with a full belly and a balanced meal? Everybody brings something and goes away with more.
Hundreds of healthcare supporters showed up today on the doorsteps of the David Wu town hall at Good Samaritan Hospital today that began at Noon and ended at 1pm.
"Siskiyou Square" becomes the focus of safety and new discussions of neighborhood livability. Town Hall meeting to address the issue will be held August 19th.
Healthcare advocates march along SE Hawthorne in Portland, arriving at the Bagdad Theatre to a sold-out crowd there to watch and participate in the Ed Schultz Single Payer show (on MSNBC).
Fabricka Yfanet is an former 19,500 mē factory in Thessaloniki (Greece) that was abandoned by its owners in 1967 and since 20 March 2004 has been occupied by people demanding their freedom from political and economic oppression.
Healthcare activists converge upon the book-signing release for Howard Dean, who recently spoke in Portland about healthcare reform. His book is about healthcare issues.
A crowd of healthcare advocates converge at Pioneer Courthouse Square, in support of a true public option for healthcare reform.
TriMet is proposing to limit Fareless Square to rail-only The Transit Riders Union rejects any cuts or changes that do not include expansion to Fareless Square. TRU activists will be mobilizing communities against this proposal and again raising issues of an elected board and rejecting all cuts to services. Join us.
Public Hearing: Monday, July 13th at 5-7 p.m.
City of Portland Building
Conf, Room C and Auditorium, 2nd Floor
1120 SW 5th Ave.
Portland, OR 97204
A farmer's market will be held the first and third Sundays in Colton.
Bonnie tinker was killed in Virginia.
Racist propaganda found
Over 30 Single Payer activists gather, for the second time in less than two days, to hold Senator Wyden accountable for his non-position towards SP.
Second round of action targeting Senator Ron Wyden
Healthcare activists and their cross-supporters shall participate in a series of actions targeting Senator Wyden and/both others. Check it out!
Every 2nd Saturday of the month at peninsula park 12-4 PM