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Strategically Incapacitated in Chi-Town

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May 25, 2012
Strategically Incapacitated in Chi-Town

by David “Däv” O’Bryant The following is my general report on the events of my arrest and detention on May 20th, 2012 during the NATO summit protests in Chicago, Ill. I was arrested at around 4:15 in the back of the main march today in Chicago. I was detained until 11:45. I was walking...
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Statement from PLOC: Militancy for Liberation

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May 24, 2012
Statement from PLOC: Militancy for Liberation

by the Strategy & Vision Cluster of the Portland Liberation Organizing Council download pdf of this document Introduction On May Day 2012, the Black Working Group and the Portland Liberation Organizing Council helped Alicia Jackson liberate her house.  Jackson faced threats from the banks and self-evicted in August of 2011.  Ongoing community organizing, going...
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Occupy Northeast: The Coffee Shop

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May 23, 2012
Occupy Northeast: The Coffee Shop

by Kendall Reflections is a coffee shop where people meet to change the world. It’s a meeting space, book store, theatre, art gallery, music venue, and park. It’s one of the few places in Portland where people can buy African-American greeting cards and cowrie shells, fridge magnets and baskets. It’s a place to play...
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Demogogues and Controversy: Erick Stakelbeck on Islam and Israel at PSU

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May 22, 2012
Demogogues and Controversy: Erick Stakelbeck on Islam and Israel at PSU

by Joel Sjerven Erick Stakelbeck had gained much controversy before coming to speak at Portland State University on Monday, May 14. The week prior to his arrival Students United for Palestinian Rights (SUPER) had put out a call for “all students, faculty, staff, and members of the broader community to join us for a...
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Occupy Journalists Stopped, Searched, Handcuffed & Interrogated at Gunpoint

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May 22, 2012
Occupy Journalists Stopped, Searched, Handcuffed & Interrogated at Gunpoint

This article is from the Occupied News Wire. It was originally published by Occupy Los Angeles News. by Kevin Gosztola Under cover of the night around twelve police cars stopped five journalists when they were heading back to where they are staying in Chicago during the NATO summit. All five have been covering protests...
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Portland Group CommunityRightsPDX Begins Local Ordinance Campaign

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May 21, 2012
Portland Group CommunityRightsPDX Begins Local Ordinance Campaign

By Susan Rankin and Jocelyn Moore What would you do if your Portland neighborhood was faced with a new industry that would unleash untold environmental, social, and physical damages? Write your legislators? Plead with regulators? Sign petitions? Attend council meetings? Protest? Sadly, time and again, these avenues almost always fail. Established law permits some...
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10 Things Everyone Should Know About the Quebec Student Movement

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May 21, 2012
10 Things Everyone Should Know About the Quebec Student Movement

by Andrew Gavin Marshall The student strikes in Quebec, which began in February and have lasted for three months, involving roughly 175,000 students in the mostly French-speaking Canadian province, have been subjected to a massive provincial and national media propaganda campaign to demonize and dismiss the students and their struggle. The following is a...
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Oregon’s Anti-Teacher Offensive

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May 21, 2012
Oregon’s Anti-Teacher Offensive

by Adam Sanchez. Nicole Bowmer contributed to this article. Oregon teachers are valiantly resisting an unprecedented attack on their schools and unions. Over the last month, teachers in four Oregon school districts have voted to go on strike, while other locals face painful budget cuts that will have a devastating effect on our schools....
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NATO Invades: We Can’t Feed The Poor, But We Can Fund Wars?

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May 20, 2012
NATO Invades: We Can’t Feed The Poor, But We Can Fund Wars?

This article is from the Occupied News Wire. It was originally published in the Occupied Chicago Tribune. by Occupied Chicago Tribune Staff When NATO released a video earlier this month introducing Chicago to the visiting heads of state, it was full of so many errors and missteps—that the city is the capital of Illinois,...
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Quebec Steps Closer to Martial Law to Repress Student Movement

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May 20, 2012
Quebec Steps Closer to Martial Law to Repress Student Movement

Originally Published at: The Media Co-Op by Andrew Gavin Marshall On Friday, May 18, the Québec legislature signed a special “emergency law” to “restore order” in the province following three months of student protests in a strike against the government’s proposed 80% increase in the cost of tuition. A legislative debate lasted all night and...
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