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7 February 2020 - 6 March 2020
Feb 7 Fri
Have you been following the resistance to the pipelines in the Wet’suwet’en territories in so-called Canada?
Have you heard about the Tiny House Warriors in so-called British Columbia that are blockading the proposed Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion project (TMX)?
Were you watching as we shut down the Port of Vancouver, WA to block pipe destined for TMX this past fall?
The resistance against pipelines and fossil fuel projects is growing. We need you to join us, in solidarity with those on the frontlines up north, to amplify the message: No Pipelines! Stop TMX!
Facebook event here.
Right now, there is still TMX pipe at the Port of Vancouver, WA.
Join us in the fight!
We’ll be meeting at the Vancouver Port Commissioner’s Office at 10:30am on Friday, February 7th to rally and take action!
Join us as we strike for climate justice to stop TMX!
Wear red and/or black!
#StopTMX #ClimateStrike #JustTransition
#FridaysForFuture
Questions? Email: portlandrisingtide@gmail.com
Every Friday folks are assembling outside City Hall in an energetic and colorful vigil to keep the pressure on Mayor Ted Wheeler to shut down the Zenith tar sands terminal in NW Porland, and to raise awareness from people and cars passing by.
Bring signs or banners, or just bring yourself. Among the many things such a sign can say is “Fire Drill Fridays,” “Stop Zenith Energy,” “No More Bomb Trains,” “Mayor & Commissioners: Stand Strong!” 2×3 signs are big enough to be visible to walkers-by and drivers-by.
These vigils typically have strong representations from 350PDX, the Stop Zenith Energy Collaborative, the Raging Grannies, Red, Extinction Rebellion, several students from Portland Public Schools and PSU, and a 12 foot tall puppet and some excellent street theater!!

We look forward to seeing you on Friday 12-1 pm, in front of Portland City Hall. Let’s keep this growing!

Questions – contact Mark at sustainablemcleod@gmail.com or 510-757-4954 (text)
 

Join us every first Friday of the month for a free film screening and discussion led by our own local librarian, Fawn Dabrowiak. Doors open at 1:30pm, show starts at 2:00pm with discussion to follow.

Seating is first-come, first-served, but as long as you show up on time, you should be fine. Films are announced in advance and usually center on foreign or independent titles.

7:00 PM - 8:20 PM
You Gave Me a Song: The Life and Music of Alice Gerrard, DCP, 80mins.
 
Feb 8 Sat
4:30 PM - 6:22 PM
Lion's Love (...and Lies), DCP, 112mins.
 
7:00 PM - 8:23 PM
Other Music w/ panel discussion, DCP, 83mins.
 
Feb 9 Sun
Join us for our monthly general meeting where members get updated on chapter work and vote on important chapter business. You don't need to be a member to attend, so please join us if you are interested in DSA and want to learn more.

Agenda: tinyurl.com/pdxdsaagenda

Child watch is available. If possible, please fill out the form at tinyurl.com/pdxdsachildwatch so we know how many kids and what ages to expect.
4:30 PM - 6:04 PM
Patrinell: The Total Experience, DCP, 94mins.
 
7:00 PM - 9:01 PM
One Sings, the Other Doesn't, DCP, 121mins.
 
Feb 10 Mon

RSVP here!
Come along to learn what we do at 350PDX, meet other new volunteers, and find out how you can plug into meaningful and powerful climate action.
**Note this was originally scheduled for Feb 4 but had to be moved due to a conflicting schedule! Sorry for any confusion**
Please join us at 6:30 for a sociable, scrumptious dinner potluck – an item to share is welcome but NOT required.
Meeting starts at 7:00. Both are in the Cascadia Co-housing dining room, 4377 SW 94th Ave, Portland, OR 97225. Childcare available upon request. All are welcome!
 
Things are really f*cked up right now. And here on Clinton Corner, we’re doing our bit to make things better. Every Monday night, come to the Clinton Street Theater and drop $5 in a bucket for a good cause.  January 14: Dirty Dancing January 21: King: A Filmed Journey February 4: The Wiz February 11: Chuck Berry: Hail! Hail! Rock N Roll February 18: Do the Right Thing February 25: Cry Freedom March 4: The Great Muppet Caper March 11: The Big Sick March 18: DOGMA March 25: Meet the Parents
Feb 11 Tue

Join us for our monthly general meeting, where we’ll have an interactive deep dive into a campaign, hear organization announcements, and hear an update about each of our teams.
The meeting begins with a community potluck, so feel free to bring a dish or snacks to share, but you can also just bring yourself!
We close the meeting with Teams Tabling, which is your chance to go and chat with members of all our teams to see what they’re up to and how you can get involved.
See you there!
This meeting is every month on the second Tuesday, 6:00-8:00PM.

Contact: David Delk davidafd@ymail.com

All are invited to our regular monthly meetings on the second Tuesday, at 6:30pm at the First Congregational United Church of Christ 494 E. Main St., Hillsboro, OR 97123. We’ll enjoy potluck supper beginning at 6:30, and and expert presentation/discussion beginning at 7pm. Hope to see you there!  We’ll also share updates and action opportunities on upcoming climate actions going on. Bring a potluck dish if you can (don’t worry if you can’t), and your ideas and questions! The church location is convenient to MAX and with lots of parking.
Feb 12 Wed
The Current: A Two Part Discussion Series
 
Join the next Fossil Fuel Resistance Team meeting!
In order to stop the climate crisis from getting worse, we have to keep the remaining fossil fuel reserves in the ground. The Pacific Northwest is currently facing many active proposals for new fossil fuel infrastructure that if built would lock us into the fossil fuel economy and its carbon pollution for decades to come. The Fossil Fuel Resistance team seeks to stop new fossil fuel projects from being built in Portland or to service the Portland metro area, and to engage in regional fights to stop all new fossil fuel infrastructure in the PNW and beyond!
Current fights



Stop Jordan Cove LNG Export Terminal and Pacific Connector Pipeline (down in Southern Oregon)
Zenith Energy – Oil Trains in Portland – Alberta tar sands is being covertly exported right under our noses
Stop Kalama Methanol Refinery – if built would be largest in the world
Perennial Wind Chaser – a nice sounding name for a proposed 415-megawatt fracked gas power plant in Central Oregon
Click here to read more about this team



If you’re new and want to get up to speed, please let Melanie know (team co-lead, melanie.plaut@gmail.com) and she can meet you 30 minutes before the start time to explain what the team is up to.
Come meet the rest of the folks who are passionate about organizing to reduce transportation-related emissions, learn about the team’s 2020 strategic action plan, and find your niche in shaping the team’s work for the year.
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Northwest Music Video Showcase @ Jupiter NEXT, digital, 90mins.
 
Feb 14 Fri
LEAGUE 100th BIRTHDAY; Oregon State Birthday
 
Valentine's Day
 
Every Friday folks are assembling outside City Hall in an energetic and colorful vigil to keep the pressure on Mayor Ted Wheeler to shut down the Zenith tar sands terminal in NW Porland, and to raise awareness from people and cars passing by.
Bring signs or banners, or just bring yourself. Among the many things such a sign can say is “Fire Drill Fridays,” “Stop Zenith Energy,” “No More Bomb Trains,” “Mayor & Commissioners: Stand Strong!” 2×3 signs are big enough to be visible to walkers-by and drivers-by.
These vigils typically have strong representations from 350PDX, the Stop Zenith Energy Collaborative, the Raging Grannies, Red, Extinction Rebellion, several students from Portland Public Schools and PSU, and a 12 foot tall puppet and some excellent street theater!!

We look forward to seeing you on Friday 12-1 pm, in front of Portland City Hall. Let’s keep this growing!

Questions – contact Mark at sustainablemcleod@gmail.com or 510-757-4954 (text)
7:00 PM - 8:32 PM
Cinevardaphoto (three shorts), DCP, 92mins.
 
Feb 15 Sat
 
7:00 PM - 9:01 PM
Where Does a Body End?, DCP, 121mins.
 
Feb 16 Sun
 
 
Feb 17 Mon
Holiday or observance in: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming
Join for our Forest Defense team meeting!
7:00 PM - 9:28 PM
Mur Murs & Documenteur (double), DCP, 147mins.
 
Things are really f*cked up right now. And here on Clinton Corner, we’re doing our bit to make things better. Every Monday night, come to the Clinton Street Theater and drop $5 in a bucket for a good cause.  January 14: Dirty Dancing January 21: King: A Filmed Journey February 4: The Wiz February 11: Chuck Berry: Hail! Hail! Rock N Roll February 18: Do the Right Thing February 25: Cry Freedom March 4: The Great Muppet Caper March 11: The Big Sick March 18: DOGMA March 25: Meet the Parents
(712) 775-7031 209-508-222#
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 Conference call-in number: (712) 775.7031; Access code: 209-508-222#
The DSA Steering Committee meets monthly and sets the agenda for General Meetings. There is a 10-minute open period for member comments during each Steering Committee meeting.

Accessibility Info - There is ramp access to the front door through the backyard via the driveway on the west side of the building. ADA accessible and all-gender restroom with changing table available. Directly on the #20 bus line and near the #12.

Zoom call information will be posted on Slack prior to the meeting.
Feb 18 Tue

All welcome!  Contact Betsy Z for information and location- betsyzucker@gmil.com

Strengthening ties between labor unions and workers' rights groups and HCAO.  Everyone is welcome.  

 

Come to our meeting! We’ll be talking …
Feb 19 Wed
Portland NAACP is teaming up with OPAL and the Climate Justice Alliance to bring a National conversation to our local community.
Get (free) tickets here.
In the past, and to some extent still now, when people think of environmentalism, they often think of saving the whales or hugging trees! When folks think about climate change, what often comes to mind are melting ice caps and suffering polar bears. Historically, American society has failed to make the connection in terms of the direct impact of environmental injustices, including climate change, on our own lives, families, and communities, all of whom depend on the physical environment and its bounty.

Environmental injustice is about people in Detroit, Ohio, Chicago, Memphis, Kansas City, and elsewhere who have died and others who are chronically ill due to exposure to toxins from coal fired power plants and other toxic facilities.
Climate change is about the increase in the severity of storms which means that storms like Sandy and Isaac, which devastated communities from Boston to Biloxi, will become more of the norm. our sisters and brothers in the Bahamas, as well as Inuit communities in Kivalina, Alaska, and communities in Thibodaux, Louisiana and beyond, who will be losing their homes to rising sea levels in the coming few years.
Climate change and environmental injustice are about sisters and brothers from West Virginia to Tennessee who are breathing toxic ash from blasting for mountain top removal.
Environmental injustice and climate change are about the fact that in many communities it is far easier to find a bag of Cheetos than a carton of strawberries and this only stands to get worse as drought and flooding impact the availability and affordability of nutritious food.

This conversation will work at addressing the many practices that are harming communities nationwide and the policies needed to rectify these impacts and advance a society that fosters sustainable, cooperative, regenerative communities that uphold all rights for all people in harmony with the earth.
For details, click here: pdxclimatejustice.eventbrite.com
Totally Normal is a variety comedy show all about getting rid of shame and helping you feel normal in a world that is… not so normal. What is normal, anyway? Totally Normal is massively funny, profound, empathetic, and moving.
Facebook event here.
Activism and Shame — how are those things connected? Activism is awesome, right? Right!
But sometimes (often?) the world can feel like a chaotic, loud, burning pile of plastic garbage fire and all we have is a bio-degradable trash bag & a monthly contribution to Democracy Now. Shame rises from the ashes – of not doing enough, not knowing enough, of not doing it the right way & everything in between.
This month’s Totally Normal sees you and wants to say that not all is lost. Come join us to get some haha’s and aha’s about how to make this world just a little better, brighter, and more sustainable.
Feb. 19 & 20 / Doors at 7pm / Show at 7:30 / $10 presale or at the door
Buy yer tickets! 20% of proceeds go to 350PDX.
www.merctickets.com/events/104635069/totally-normal-the-activism-show-wednesday
www.merctickets.com/events/104635106/totally-normal-the-activism-show-thursday
Lineup:
Belinda Carroll
Allie Furlotti
Samhita Reddy
David Seung
Emma Bridges
Maggie Cibik
Kelsey Peake
String Theory Improv
** Part of Kickstand Comedy’s mission is to eliminate barriers from comedy – a portion of seats at every Kickstand show are pay-what-you-want at the door.
Feb 20 Thu
Join the Defund/Divest Team to discuss and plan all the 2020 local and national actions that are happening around Banking, Institutional & Personal Divestment, and Insurance.  There’s lots to do and we need you!
Totally Normal is a variety comedy show all about getting rid of shame and helping you feel normal in a world that is… not so normal. What is normal, anyway? Totally Normal is massively funny, profound, empathetic, and moving.
Facebook event here.
Activism and Shame — how are those things connected? Activism is awesome, right? Right!
But sometimes (often?) the world can feel like a chaotic, loud, burning pile of plastic garbage fire and all we have is a bio-degradable trash bag & a monthly contribution to Democracy Now. Shame rises from the ashes – of not doing enough, not knowing enough, of not doing it the right way & everything in between.
This month’s Totally Normal sees you and wants to say that not all is lost. Come join us to get some haha’s and aha’s about how to make this world just a little better, brighter, and more sustainable.
Feb. 19 & 20 / Doors at 7pm / Show at 7:30 / $10 presale or at the door
Buy yer tickets! 20% of proceeds go to 350PDX.
www.merctickets.com/events/104635069/totally-normal-the-activism-show-wednesday
www.merctickets.com/events/104635106/totally-normal-the-activism-show-thursday
Lineup:
Belinda Carroll
Allie Furlotti
Samhita Reddy
David Seung
Emma Bridges
Maggie Cibik
Kelsey Peake
String Theory Improv
** Part of Kickstand Comedy’s mission is to eliminate barriers from comedy – a portion of seats at every Kickstand show are pay-what-you-want at the door.
 
Feb 21 Fri
Partner event:
“Join forest and climate activists to make it clear that we agree with the science: Clearcuts Cause Climate Change and we don’t have time for false solutions!
Facebook event here.
On February 21st, we will gather at the intersection of 13th and Monroe in Eugene to demonstrate at the 2020 Oregon Logging Conference (OLC), who have claimed a theme this year of “Working Forests, Carbon Keepers”. The OLC includes speakers from the Oregon Forest Industries Council and Timber Unity, organizations that have lobbied against Oregon’s 2019 and 2020 climate legislation.
This rally stands in support of a just transition for Oregon’s timber industry as well as responsible, climate smart forest management that provides jobs and wood products without destroying Oregon’s forests and watersheds. We will make an effort to reach both students and workers attending the event with the truth about clearcut logging, which is being promoted as a climate solution. The rally will include a calm space where those attending the conference are invited to Talk to a Climate Activist with a warm drink and a pastry.
Studies from Oregon State University and the Oregon Global Warming Commission show that logging is one of Oregon’s biggest sources of greenhouse gasses, and wood products only store ~20% of the carbon that was sequestered in the forest they came from.”
 
Every Friday folks are assembling outside City Hall in an energetic and colorful vigil to keep the pressure on Mayor Ted Wheeler to shut down the Zenith tar sands terminal in NW Porland, and to raise awareness from people and cars passing by.
Bring signs or banners, or just bring yourself. Among the many things such a sign can say is “Fire Drill Fridays,” “Stop Zenith Energy,” “No More Bomb Trains,” “Mayor & Commissioners: Stand Strong!” 2×3 signs are big enough to be visible to walkers-by and drivers-by.
These vigils typically have strong representations from 350PDX, the Stop Zenith Energy Collaborative, the Raging Grannies, Red, Extinction Rebellion, several students from Portland Public Schools and PSU, and a 12 foot tall puppet and some excellent street theater!!

We look forward to seeing you on Friday 12-1 pm, in front of Portland City Hall. Let’s keep this growing!

Questions – contact Mark at sustainablemcleod@gmail.com or 510-757-4954 (text)
7:00 PM - 9:58 PM
Jane B par Agn�s V & Kung-fu Master! (double), DCP, 177mins.
 
Feb 22 Sat
Training
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Civil Disobedience Workshop

RSVP for location.

For info or to RSVP, contact Bonnie: (503) 705-1943, or goto350pdx@gmail.com
Please plan on participating through the entire session.

This free workshop is for people considering risking arrest, those who want to support others risking arrest, or for those who want a greater understanding of why civil disobedience is an effective tactic.
Workshop Includes…
– Brief History of Civil Disobedience
– Personal Grounding
– Possible Legal Consequences
– Practical Preparation for Risking Arrest
– Know Your Rights
– Action Roles and Tactics
– Action Practice and Planning
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Jacquot De Nantes, DCP, 120mins.
 
7:00 PM - 9:36 PM
The World of Jacques Demy & Young Girls Turn 25 (double), DCP, 155mins.
 
Feb 23 Sun
IMIrJ (Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice), Oregon PSR (Physicians for Social Responsibility), Oregon Doctors 4 Camp Closure and friends are organizing a joint caravan up to Tacoma for the Day of Remembrance, Day of Action being planned by colleagues and friends in Washington.
The Day of Remembrance, Day of Action at NWDC commemorates the 78th anniversary of the Executive Order that incarcerated 126,000 citizens and immigrants of Japanese descent during WWII. Today, thousands of immigrants and refugees are confined in similar concentration camps. They are subjected to inhumane conditions, family separations, threats of deportation, and countless indignities.
Sunday, February 23 from 9am-5pm
The Caravan will leave from the parking lot of Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary School (4906 NE 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97211.)
Click Here for more information and to share this event on social media.
 
7:00 PM - 8:41 PM
One Hundred and One Nights, DCP, 101mins.
 
Feb 24 Mon
Go and show support for YouthPass4All being including in Metro’s transportation package. Transit-dependent youth especially welcome! Talking points below (or here).

Download (PDF, 1.83MB)
Things are really f*cked up right now. And here on Clinton Corner, we’re doing our bit to make things better. Every Monday night, come to the Clinton Street Theater and drop $5 in a bucket for a good cause.  January 14: Dirty Dancing January 21: King: A Filmed Journey February 4: The Wiz February 11: Chuck Berry: Hail! Hail! Rock N Roll February 18: Do the Right Thing February 25: Cry Freedom March 4: The Great Muppet Caper March 11: The Big Sick March 18: DOGMA March 25: Meet the Parents
7:00 PM - 9:25 PM
The Gleaners & I & Two Years Later (double), DCP, 144mins.
 
Join for the monthly Arts Team Meeting!
We’ll be planning art action for upcoming campaigns. All welcome!
Any questions? Contact Donna – murph1949@aol.com
Feb 25 Tue
Come to our monthly meeting to find out what's new in our efforts toward 100% clean energy. Pizza at 6 pm and meeting runs from 6:30 - 8 pm. Contact Laura Stevens for more information: laura.stevens@sierraclub.org 503-238-0442 x305.
Join the Green New Deal team for their meeting. Contact Anissa@350pdx.org with any questions.
Feb 26 Wed
Join the next Fossil Fuel Resistance Team meeting!
In order to stop the climate crisis from getting worse, we have to keep the remaining fossil fuel reserves in the ground. The Pacific Northwest is currently facing many active proposals for new fossil fuel infrastructure that if built would lock us into the fossil fuel economy and its carbon pollution for decades to come. The Fossil Fuel Resistance team seeks to stop new fossil fuel projects from being built in Portland or to service the Portland metro area, and to engage in regional fights to stop all new fossil fuel infrastructure in the PNW and beyond!
Current fights



Stop Jordan Cove LNG Export Terminal and Pacific Connector Pipeline (down in Southern Oregon)
Zenith Energy – Oil Trains in Portland – Alberta tar sands is being covertly exported right under our noses
Stop Kalama Methanol Refinery – if built would be largest in the world
Perennial Wind Chaser – a nice sounding name for a proposed 415-megawatt fracked gas power plant in Central Oregon
Click here to read more about this team



If you’re new and want to get up to speed, please let Melanie know (team co-lead, melanie.plaut@gmail.com) and she can meet you 30 minutes before the start time to explain what the team is up to.

Come to the NE Portland Neighborhood meeting to find out about local and state wide climate initiatives and actions. We’d love to see you there!

Feb 27 Thu
7:00 PM - 8:52 PM
The Beaches of Agn�s, DCP, 112mins.
 
Feb 28 Fri
Every Friday folks are assembling outside City Hall in an energetic and colorful vigil to keep the pressure on Mayor Ted Wheeler to shut down the Zenith tar sands terminal in NW Porland, and to raise awareness from people and cars passing by.
Bring signs or banners, or just bring yourself. Among the many things such a sign can say is “Fire Drill Fridays,” “Stop Zenith Energy,” “No More Bomb Trains,” “Mayor & Commissioners: Stand Strong!” 2×3 signs are big enough to be visible to walkers-by and drivers-by.
These vigils typically have strong representations from 350PDX, the Stop Zenith Energy Collaborative, the Raging Grannies, Red, Extinction Rebellion, several students from Portland Public Schools and PSU, and a 12 foot tall puppet and some excellent street theater!!

We look forward to seeing you on Friday 12-1 pm, in front of Portland City Hall. Let’s keep this growing!

Questions – contact Mark at sustainablemcleod@gmail.com or 510-757-4954 (text)
6:30 PM - 10:16 PM
Agn�s Varda: From Here to There, DCP, 225mins.
 

Thom Hartmann

Friday, February 28 @ 7:30 PM

Powell's City of Books
1005 W Burnside St.
Portland, OR
97209
 

In his new book, The Hidden History of the War on Voting (Berrett-Koehler), progressive radio host Thom Hartmann unveils the strategies and tactics that conservative elites in this country have used, from the foundation of the Electoral College to the latest voter ID laws, to protect their interests by preventing “the wrong people” – such as the poor, women, and people of color – from voting, while making it more convenient for the wealthy and white. He also lays out a variety of simple, common-sense ways that we the people can fight back and reclaim our right to rule through the ballot box.

Feb 29 Sat
 
 
 
Mar 1 Sun
Women's History Month
 
Come meet the rest of the folks who are passionate about organizing to reduce transportation-related emissions, learn about the team’s 2020 strategic action plan, and find your niche in shaping the team’s work for the year.
Mar 2 Mon
Lee Mercer, Mobilization Committee Chair, 831.818.5247
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Call (712) 775.7200 and use participant code 1150224#
For more information, contact Lee Mercer, Mobilization Committee Chair, at 831-818-5247

Go and show support for YouthPass4All being including in Metro’s transportation package. Transit-dependent youth especially welcome! Talking points below (or here).

Download (PDF, 1.83MB)
Join for our Forest Defense team meeting!
Things are really f*cked up right now. And here on Clinton Corner, we’re doing our bit to make things better. Every Monday night, come to the Clinton Street Theater and drop $5 in a bucket for a good cause.  January 14: Dirty Dancing January 21: King: A Filmed Journey February 4: The Wiz February 11: Chuck Berry: Hail! Hail! Rock N Roll February 18: Do the Right Thing February 25: Cry Freedom March 4: The Great Muppet Caper March 11: The Big Sick March 18: DOGMA March 25: Meet the Parents
Mar 3 Tue
Holiday or observance in: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia

Contact: Lou Sinniger, (541) 954 2356

Mar 5 Thu
Meeting
5:00 PM - 6:45 PM
Join us for our Black, Indigenous, and People of Color* (BIPOC) Caucus meeting! Come meet with other people of color working on climate justice at 350PDX or on various justice issues within our partner organizations. At our February meeting, Renate, the Census Equity Manager at Portland African American Leadership Forum (PAALF), will be joining us to share more about the #WeCountOregon campaign.
The #WeCountOregon campaign is a community-led effort to ensure that hard to count communities – people of color, immigrants, renters, rural communities, and parents of children under 5 – understand and take the 2020 Census.
Share Facebook event here!
This meeting will be a potluck for community building from 5-6 PM, with Renate presenting from 6-6:30 PM.
Email Anissa at anissa@350pdx.org to RSVP and to sign up to bring a dish!
*People of color are defined as black, brown, Asian, indigenous, and mixed-race people who do not identify as white. White people are encouraged to attend all other events but this is an affinity group for folks of color to form a community. Thank you for respecting our boundaries!
MISSION: We are Progressive Activists promoting alliances and direct action for Social Justice.
Join the Defund/Divest Team to discuss and plan Earth Day 2020 actions focusing on Banking, Institutional & Personal Divestment, and Insurance.  There’s lots to do and we need you!
Mar 6 Fri
Every Friday folks are assembling outside City Hall in an energetic and colorful vigil to keep the pressure on Mayor Ted Wheeler to shut down the Zenith tar sands terminal in NW Porland, and to raise awareness from people and cars passing by.
Bring signs or banners, or just bring yourself. Among the many things such a sign can say is “Fire Drill Fridays,” “Stop Zenith Energy,” “No More Bomb Trains,” “Mayor & Commissioners: Stand Strong!” 2×3 signs are big enough to be visible to walkers-by and drivers-by.
These vigils typically have strong representations from 350PDX, the Stop Zenith Energy Collaborative, the Raging Grannies, Red, Extinction Rebellion, several students from Portland Public Schools and PSU, and a 12 foot tall puppet and some excellent street theater!!

We look forward to seeing you on Friday 12-1 pm, in front of Portland City Hall. Let’s keep this growing!

Questions – contact Mark at sustainablemcleod@gmail.com or 510-757-4954 (text)
 

Join us every first Friday of the month for a free film screening and discussion led by our own local librarian, Fawn Dabrowiak. Doors open at 1:30pm, show starts at 2:00pm with discussion to follow.

Seating is first-come, first-served, but as long as you show up on time, you should be fine. Films are announced in advance and usually center on foreign or independent titles.

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