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Library offers Zines

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Evening News
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Mon, 01/29/2007

The Multnomah County Library celebrated the opening of new offerings in periodicals: independently produced magazines, better known as Zines.

Marc De Giere reports.

3:27 minutes (3.16 MB)

Homelessness symposium

Homelessness symposium
Runs: 24 minutes
Thursday February 1, 2007

A one-day symposium around the issue of homelessness was held in Portland by Project Homeless Connect as activists around the country conducted an annual census of homeless citizens.

Laura Young reports.

24:00 minutes (5.5 MB)

Recruiting center protest arrests

Recruiting center protest arrests
Runs 5 : 00
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 02, 2007

Protesters gathered outside a Portland military recruiting center have caused the center to shut its doors during regular business hours for the third consecutive week.

Laurie Shentalevenn and Frank Cobb report.

21:45 minutes (4.98 MB)

Guillermo Gomez-Pena. Performance Artist

This Week Lewis And Clark College Hosts A Multicultural Symposium Featuring Performance Art, Lectures And Visual Art From Around The World.

Tonight The School Presents Internationally-Renowned Performance Artist Guillermo Gomez-Pena. Kboo’s Prentiss Darden Caught Up With The Performer Earlier Today.

Gomez-Pena’s Troupe, La Pocha Nostra, Presents Intox Lounge: An Evening Of Critical Culture And Extreme Performance, At The Agnes Flanagan Chapel At Lewis And Clark College.

The Performance Is Free And Starts At 7 P.M. For More Info Go To Www.Lclark.Edu And Follow The Links To Multicultural Symposium.

2:36 minutes (2.39 MB)

Our Backyard 1-31-2007

AND NOW, TIME FOR ANOTHER EDITION OF K-BOO’S HOME-GROWN, ENVIRONMENTAL SERIES “OUR BACKYARD”, PRODUCED AND HOSTED BY OUR GOOD FRIEND EDISON CARDER.

4:22 minutes (4.01 MB)

Immigration Reform

Immigration Reform

Runs 4:27

A new coalition of immigration reform activists is offering a comprehensive blueprint to democrats in congress for inclusive changes to immigration policy.

Brian Pritchett interviews Causa spokesperson Aeyrca Steinbauer.

4:27 minutes (525.76 KB)

Copwatch

Copwatch on police report

Runs: 2:35

January 10, 2007

By Lisa Loving

Police accountability activists and Portland City Council have agreed to reschedule discussion about the annual Public Review of Deaths in Police Custody.

Researcher Dan Handleman has criticised the police shooting report for not including every shooting case.

Dan Handleman spoke with reporter Lisa Loving.

1:26 minutes (171.17 KB)

Anti-Poverty rally

Poverty Action Networks held a rally in Washington to demand justice for the poor.

Gina Owens spoke at a the rally.

RUNS 0 : 44

0:44 minutes (90.35 KB)

Measure 37 update

Measure 37 update

Runs 4:34

January 10, 2007

A war over Oregon land use regualtions saw another battle open when Govenor Ted Kulongoski raised objections about fairness of Measure 37 this week.

A newly created Joint Committee on Land Use Fairness has begun to address the confusion.

Stephanie Potter reports.

4:34 minutes (539.84 KB)

Watada update

The court martial hearing of Lieutenant Ehren Watada resumes at Fort Lewis in Washington on February 5.

Local activists are mobilizing supporters and providing bus transport to Fort Lewis on the day of the hearing.

Ehren Watada is not the only resister facing court and jail time.

War resister Darrel Anderson has been in military prison for refusing to deploy.

Anderson talks about the issue.

1:04 minutes (128.21 KB)

 

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