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11.11.2016 13:42
Nov 15 - NoDAPL protest at Army Corps of Engineers PDX @4PM
Portland #NoDAPL Solidarity Action
November 15, 2016 • 4:00 PM
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,
Portland District
333 SW 1st Ave

On Tuesday, November 15th, join a massive day of action across the country to demand that this administration and the next reject this pipeline. Join an action near you - and if one doesn't exist, organize an action in your community.

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11.11.2016 13:18
Video: Anti TRUMP - 2 thousands protesters in Portland on 11.9.16
Not My President!
An estimated 2 thousands people pissed at Trump winning the election took to the streets for hours in Portland Oregon on 11.9.16. No police - and no violence.

My crowd size estimate was around 2,000 +

This video clip is from the West side (downtown) at about 5:30 PM, near city hall (protest had been going for a few hours prior, over to the East side via the Morrison bridge, then north up MLK to the Convention Center...then on to the Moda Center (Rose Garden)

 https://youtu.be/3LTQUy6BUZ8 (40 min video)

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08.11.2016 14:59
KBOO Election Night Coverage
KBOO will provide live election coverage from 5:30 to 9PM

KBOO Portland (kboo.fm) will have live interviews and guests as we broadcast Election Night Coverage from 5:30PM til 9PM. Tune in to hear call-ins from the Presidential camps, Kristin Yount at the Chloe Eudaly rally, S.W. Conser, Lisa Loving, Theresa Mitchell, and various guests including candidates.

That's 90.7 FM in the greater Portland area, other frequencies in Cascadia, and  http://www.kboo.fm on the Web.

 http://kboo.fm/electionnight2016

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Nov 19 @ 10am Waterfront Park fountain 06.11.2016 22:20
Sacred Water Walk for Standing Rock
Join the Native community in our Sacred Water walk fundraiser in support of Standing Rock Nov.19th. Bring your families.


The Concerned Indian Committee along with local Native elders are holding a public sacred water walk on the waterfront Saturday November 19th. We are also organizing an interstate caravan to Standing Rock. Our leader is Buzz Nelson the grandfather of the president of the Lakota, Sioux tribe at Standing Rock, and our elders have been traveling back and forth from the front lines of the movement. I hope you will be able to attend our peaceful event which will start at 10am at Tom McCall Waterfront Park at the fountain. Around 11am we will walk across the Hawthorne to the Vera Katz Esplanade off of Grand and Salmon on the east side of the waterfront where our elders will be waiting to guide us through some wayer blessings and where indigenous groups will perform. On Facebook the event is called Sacred Water Walk for Standing Rock.

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27.10.2016 12:37
SOLIDARITY RALLY & Vigil for Immigrant Justice - "Standing against the hate" 10.27.16
Rain or shine tomorrow...
NOW is the time, you have the voice!
This a great opportunity to show your solidarity
during this election season with this diverse community of welcome.

"Rally and Vigil for Immigrant Justice"

Standing Against the Hate Rally
This is the perfect moment to stand with your Oregon neighbors to demonstrate that we are a community and country who will accept nothing less than dignity and justice.

Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016 - 5:00pm
Terry Schrunk Plaza
364 SW Madison St.
Portland, OR - downtown on 3rd street

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24.10.2016 19:14
Video: Water is Life Walk in Portland Oregon 10.9.16
Solidarity with Standing Rock This is the full video of the Walk for "Water is Life" event in Portland Oregon. [In solidarity with Standing Rock - No DAPL]

 https://youtu.be/TE_gFcRWBQU [2 hour 20 minutes]

Stops were made at four places: N. S, E. and W. sides of the Willamette river. The walk in Portland Oregon was to bring attention to the Standing Rock protest and injustice with the Dakota Access Pipeline.

This peace walk today title " Sacred Water Walk" started at noon under the Steele bridge - the walk took us along the Willamette river on the east side river bank...meeting along the way, under the Hawthorn bridge, with the Elders and those who couldn't make the walk for a prayer and ceremony and music. [...]

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24.10.2016 02:28
Ralph Nader: Honest-Elections Multnomah County
Ralph Nader speaking at the October 22, 2016 Portland Oregon Rally, addressing the 12 main effects of big money in politics.

This event was a benefit for campaign finance reform Measure 26-184, Honest-Elections Mutnomah County.

In his usual thorough and humorous style, Nader lays out the bare bones of the corrupting influence of big money, the greedy machinations of the wealthy class and subservience of elected officials.

 https://youtu.be/PYy15uPTV2I

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21.10.2016 08:24
Video: Portland Human Rights Commission meeting 10 5 16
Video recording: The Portland Human Rights Commission meeting on October 5th 2016.
Four New HRC members attended this meeting.
Standing Rock discussion has held during the public comment time frame
Discussion & planning for Emily G. Gottfried Human Rights Awards happens at the end of this meeting.
The commission is still one person short.

This video is also available on  https://archive.org/details/HRCMeeting10.5.16 to view or download.

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13.10.2016 09:23
Portland Police "Bulldozing" Protestors Out Front Door Of City Hall - Any Reports?
lots of screaming and screeching on the YouTube videos as they're thrown out front door...

City Hall - Riot Cops 5 PM News Update Wednesday 10.12.16

 https://youtu.be/Vl5YxvL470I (20 min YouTube video)

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10.10.2016 14:09
Sacred Water Walk - Solidarity with Standing Rock & No DAPL Protest - Portland 10.9.16
Here are some pictures form the Portland Oregon, Peace Walk for Clean Water and to show Solidarity with those in Standing Rock that are protesting the NoDAPL (No Dakota Access Pipeline).

This peace walk today title " Sacred Water Walk" started at noon under the Steele bridge - the walk took us along the Willamette river on the east side river bank...meeting along the way, under the Hawthorn bridge, with the Elders and those who couldn't make the walk for a prayer and ceremony and music. [...]

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