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Progressives Must Move Beyond Occupy

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September 23, 2012
Progressives Must Move Beyond Occupy

By Cynthia Alvarez Average citizens evaluate political organizations based on how those organizations actually function. They know a political organization is a microcosm of the society it wishes to create. So after ten months of heavy involvement in Occupy, I have this question for Occupiers: would you honestly want to live in a society...
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GM Hunger Strike Rally Proves Occupy Fueling High Endurance Solidarity Machine

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September 21, 2012
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Story and photos by Pete Shaw In coordination with actions in 11 other US cities, and in the spirit of the one-year anniversary of the Occupy movement, over 100 people gathered in Portland on September 17 to demand justice for General Motors workers on hunger strike in Columbia. “The fact that General Motors is...
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Metro Seasonal Workers Trampled Like Unwelcome Weeds

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September 20, 2012
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Story and photos by Pete Shaw Holding signs reading  “fairness,” “dignity,” “voice,” “security,” and “respect,” supporters of Metro’s seasonal park workers attended the September 13 Metro council meeting to demand it stop interfering with worker attempts to organize as part of Laborers Local 483. Metro seasonal workers have been trying to organize since December,...
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Occupy Wall Street One Year Anniversary: #S17 Day of Action

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September 20, 2012
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By Adriane, Chops and the B:Media Collective After a weekend of 20+ hour days spent on the streets and then at home compiling and editing footage, things got hairy towards the end, to say the least. We are happy to report that our videographer Chops is out of jail, safe and sound. He has...
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Speaking Power to Truth: Brian Gard and Ambre Energy

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September 19, 2012
Activists in Portland deliver a warning to Portland PR firm Gard Communications, demanding that they drop client Ambre Energy over the controversial Morrow Pacific coal export proposal.

  By Mike Losier The Pacific Northwest coal export debates are providing a subtle reintroduction to Brian Gard, a familiar Oregon quasi-political engine, formerly of the notorious ad agency Gard & Gerber. Now president of PR firm Gard Communications, he currently serves as one of the spokespersons for Ambre Energy’s Morrow-Pacific Project, an export...
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Truth To Power News Talks to Retired Police Captain About Occupy

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September 18, 2012
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Truth To Power News talks to a retired police captain about the significance of the year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street
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Occupy Wall Street Anniversary #S16 Day of Celebration

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September 17, 2012
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September 16th, 2012 is a day of celebration on the eve of Occupy Wall Street’s one year anniversary. Truth To Power News and B Media Collective bring you a round up of the days events as people prepare for the blockade of Wall Street on September 17th.
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Occupy Wall Street Anniversary #S15 Truth to Power News

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September 17, 2012
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Truth to Power News covers events at Occupy Wall Street September 15th day of action and education. Thousands gather throughout the day to participate in workshops, teachins and assemblies in preparation for the September 17th anniversary of the Occupy movement. For more coverage of Occupy Wall St. events, including day of news reports, interviews...
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Grand Jury Resisters Boosted By Courthouse Rally

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September 16, 2012
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Story and photos by Pete Shaw As 45 people rallied and educated passersby outside the Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse on SW 3rd Avenue last Thursday, Leah-Lynn Plante was readying to refuse to cooperate with the special grand jury in Seattle investigating the anarchist movement. The crowd had gathered to support Plante and...
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U.S. Department of Justice Finds Portland Police Guilty of Using Excessive Force Against People With Mental Illness

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September 15, 2012
Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division Thomas E. Perez speaks to an audience of reporters and Portland Police Bureau command staff.  To the right is U.S. Attorney for Oregon Amanda Marshall, Police Chief Michael Reese, and Mayor Sam Adams.

Chief Reese Deletes “I disagree with the Department of Justice’s findings” From His Online Statement   Story by Pete Shaw At a crowded press conference on the 14th floor of the Portland Justice Center on Thursday, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) announced its findings of an investigation, launched on June 8, 2011....
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