Saturday, October 25, 2014
Portland’s Winningstad Theatre
For Tickets: http://www.portland5.com/winningstad-theatre/events/family-timeline
This stage play is filled with drama and laughter. The well executed story-line will transport you right into the world of the modern African family. Surprising, astonishing, and most of all hilarious. Don’t miss out..
Saturday, October 25, 2014
The Clinton Street Theater
As part of Make A Difference Day, the Clinton Street Theater is proud to offer this screening of THE STARFISH THROWERS.
Everything big starts small.
THE STARFISH THROWERS
Director: Jesse Roesler
Country: USA | India
Runtime: 83 minutes
Powerful, direct and heartrending, The Starfish Throwers explores how three of the world’s most fiercely compassionate individuals struggle to restore hope to the hopeless in unexpected and sometimes dangerous ways. Continents apart, a sixth grader, a top chef and retired school teacher fight what seems an unwinnable war until they discover their impact may reach further than their action.
Friday, October 24, 2014
Starting at 10pm
ILL CAMINO (MRS./MARICON/SEX.WAV)
& II TRILL (SLO’ JAMS)
SAFER SPACE ENFORCED/HATERPHOBIC SITUATION
Wheel chair accessible,
Front door: 80″x36″ with a ramp and handrail
The bar height is 3ft 7in
Bar stools: 2 1/5 ft tall
Tables and chairs: tables 2ft 7in, and a chairs are 1 1/3 ft tall
2 Gender neutral restroom
-both doors are 2ft 10in, and ADA compliant.
How to get to Local Lounge:
Bus 6, 4 and 24 stop near by.
What: Campus Sustainability Day with Keynote Speaker Winona LaDuke
When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. | Doors at 6:00 p.m.
Where: Peter W. Stott Center, 930 SW Hall Street, Portland
Join us for a keynote address by Winona LaDuke on indigenous perspectives and grassroots strategies for mitigating climate change. LaDuke is a member of the Mississippi Band of the White Earth Reservation of the Anishinaabe Nation. She is an activist, economist, environmentalist, author, and two-time vice presidential candidate. Learn more about her here.
Winona LaDuke’s visit will also kick of PSU Social Sustainability Month.
Cost: Free and open to the public. Reserve your free seat on Eventbrite.
Activities are happening in solidarity with the National Day Of Protest To Stop Police Brutality!
Join us on Wednesday, October 22nd at 5:30pm in the Plaza near Rosewood Initiative on 162nd and Stark
Fliers will need to be distributed by organizing partners so please email us if you would like to support, volunteer, or speak! We are encouraging #SOLIDARITY so please let us know how you would like to be involved!
Call In Details
Dial-in Number: (605) 562-0020
Meeting ID: 898-449-882
*Trigger Warning: This video is being posted in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.*
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
“Hollie Cook is a British singer who has recorded as a solo artist and is also part of the recent lineup of The Slits Hollie Cook is the daughter of Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook. Her mother Jeni was a backing singer for Culture Club and Boy George is her godfather. Hollie Cook joined the re-formed Slits and performed on the band’s 2006 EP Revenge of the Killer Slits. She went on to collaborate with Ian Brown and Jamie T, and recorded her self-titled debut album in 2011 with Mike “Prince Fatty” Pelanconi, featuring George Dekker of The Pioneers and Dennis Bovell. The BBC, reviewing the album described it as “one of the most enjoyable reggae albums of 2011 so far”. She went on to record a radio session for the BBC and appear on Later… with Jools Holland. De Telegraaf gave the album a four star review. Cook describes her music as tropical pop.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hollie_Cook
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
PCC Cascade Campus Student Center
Every time we mail in our ballots, we have a profound opportunity to express our values and to say “this is what I stand for!” Join MRG Foundation and community leaders to discuss the impact of 2014 ballot measures on communities of color, low income communities, youth, and women.
RSVP at www.mrgfoundation.org/pdx-vote
Come ready to enjoy light refreshments and consider the impacts of driver cards, marijuana legalization, open primaries, and an equal rights amendment. This event is free, all ages, and wheelchair accessible.
Saturday, October 18, 2014
Starting at 12pm
In Other Words Bookstore
You are invited to our social to enjoy food and drinks and each other.
Also, we will be sharing our brand new voter guide that reflects the values of our community.
This guide evaluates measures that will appear on the Oregon ballot based on whether it will recognize and support families of all kinds and protect individuals and families from discrimination, racial profiling, and harassment.
Bring your questions, bring your ballot, and if able, please bring a dish to share!