September 01 Portland Resistance Calendar

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Fri, 09/01/2017 - 5:00pm to Fri, 09/08/2017 - 5:00pm
Eclipse Hate Rally & March, photo by Joe Frazier
this time with a short message from Cesar Chavez

 

Updated Wednesday, 9/6. Nothing like a holiday weekend to quiet things down. Momentarily. For the weekend. But all hell is breaking loose, starting Tuesday. And more will be added as the week proceeds. 

Are you looking for DACA information?

Tonight, Tuesday, 9/5

DACA Information Session and FAQs
 Catholic Charities of Oregon, 2740 SE Powell

SOAR Immigration Legal Services and Catholic Charities of Oregon will be holding an Informational Meeting on DACA Updates and FAQs TONIGHT.

Wanna see into the future? Check out kboo.fm/resist/sept for upcoming events.

As is customary and right, I thank Ismoon for directing the vast majority of these events to me, and I thank Joe Frazier who takes beautiful photos - this one is from the Eclipse Hate Rally & March - their support makes this possible.

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Events that Came In After Press Time

Tuesday

Defend DACA Press Conference & Rally
 PSU Smith Center, 1825 SW Broadway

DACA Information Session and FAQs
 Catholic Charities of Oregon, 2740 SE Powell

First Unitarian Portland: Why We March
 First Unitarian Portland, 1211 SW Main

Wednesday

Nursing labor discussion & Monthly Rebellious Nursing Meetup
 Lucky Labrador Brew Pub on N Killingsworth, 1700 N Killingsworth

No Boxes: Mohamed Asem, Abdulhadi Jassim, and Yuvi Zalkow.
 Corkscrew Wine Bar, 1665 SE Bybee

Emergency Relief Benefit for Hurricane Harvey (bands, donations)
 Lovecraft Bar, 421 SE Grand

Thursday

Steptember Walk: Let's Stop A Freeway
 Salmon Street Fountain

Metro Regional Housing Investment Strategy Council Briefing
 Metro, 600 NE Grand

Portland Democratic Socialists of America Reading Group
 Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

Friday

N/On Violence: A Debate and Public Conversation
 First Congregational United Church of Christ, Portland, 1126 SW Park

Saturday

Strong Girls, Strong Women, Strong Readers at Another Read Through
 Another Read Through, 3932 N Mississippi

De-escalation Techniques
 FISH (Friends in Service to Humanity) of Vancouver

Sunday

Park-Out Portland
 downtown Portland

Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Portland's Silent Witness: Sitting, Standing, and Walking for All We Love
 Salmon Street Fountain

Pueblo Unido Volunteer Meeting
 Rockwood Library,17917 SE Stark

Families for Peaceful Protest: Answering the Call of Love
 First Unitarian Church, 1121 SW Main

Scream like Goku in front of City Hall (against Fascism) and Demand Utopia
 Portland City Hall

Black Feast: Sister Outsider
 Feastly, 912 SE Hawthorne

Ongoing

Friday July 28 to September 3

Her Own Wings: Group Show
Land Gallery, 3925 N Mississippi

Saturday July 29 to Sunday October 15

American Obon: Dancing in Joy & Remembrance Exhibit
Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center, 121 NW 2nd

July 29 to December 3

Vernacular Photographs of, by, and for African Americans (more information on KBOO's 8/1/17 Art Focus)
Portland Art Museum, 1219 SW Park 

Friday September 1 to Thursday September 7

Mazon: This is Hunger Exhibit in Portland
Congregation Neveh Shalom, 2900 Southwest Peaceful

Thursday September 7 to Saturday September 30

Sucix: kiki nicole and Carla Javier Brea
UNA Gallery, 328 NW Broadway #117

Friday September 1

DACA Press Conference - Milenio.org and Voz Hispana Cambio Comunitario will respond to Trumps Decision to End DACA 
 Pioneer Courthouse Square

OR Just Transition Assembly
noon through Monday, September 4 at 5pm TBD

Mazon: This is Hunger Exhibit in Portland
 through  Congregation Neveh Shalom, 2900 SW Peaceful

The Black Panthers: The Vanguard Of The Revolution (With DJs after)
 Gil's Speakeasy, 609½ SE Taylor

Saturday September 2

Paying It Forward Store & Gilhooligans Street Festival
 Gilhooligans Bar and Grill, 10810 NE Sandy

Democratic Party of Oregon's Hillsboro Labor Day Weekend Canvass
 Shadywood Park, Hillsboro

Democratic Party of Oregon's Portland Labor Day Weekend Canvass
 Multnomah County Democrats, 3551 NE Sandy

7th Annual Arab Festival
 Oaks Park, 7805 SE Oaks Park Way

Hidden History of Albina: Black History of Portland
 Little Big Burger,  3747 N Mississippi

Roots, Rhythm, Revolution: A Night of Cultural Resistance
 Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO), 10301 NE Glisan

Sunday September 3

Indivisible Clackamas Postcard Party
 Oregon City Brewing Company

This is a Black Spatial Imaginary, two performances and whatnot
 Paragon Arts Gallery, 815 N Killingsworth

Monday September 4

UFCW Local 555 Labor Day picnic: Portland/Vancouver/SW Washington
 Oaks Park, 7805 SE Oaks Park Way

Multnomah County Democrats Annual Labor Day Picnic
 Oaks Park, 7805 SE Oaks Park Way

Labor Day Picnic and Rally at Dawson Park
 Dawson Park, N Stanton & Williams

Clinton Street Resistance presents Clueless, benefits Jhamtse Gatsal
 Clinton Street Theater, SE 26th & Clinton

Tuesday September 5

Hispanic Heritage Month: Washington County Proclamation Reception
 Hillsboro Civic Center

Defend DACA Press Conference & Rally
 PSU Smith Center, 1825 SW Broadway

ResistTrumpTuesday: PDX Meetup at Sen. Merkley's
 World Trade Center, 121 SW Salmon

First Tuesday! The Frida Project - Group Mural Exhibition
 Walters Cultural Arts Center, Hillsboro

Save DACA PDX Rally!
 Edith Green – Wendell Wyatt Federal Building, 1220 SW Third

Grandmother Moon Drummers
 World Pulse, 411 NE 19th

DACA Information Session and FAQs
 Catholic Charities of Oregon, 2740 SE Powell

Indivisible Greater Vancouver Speak Up/Speak Out on the Ridgefield Jefferson Davis neo-confederate monument
 Fort Vancouver National Trust

Re- Legalizing Housing Options in Portland, the Happy Hour
 Pizza Baron, 2604 SE 122nd

First Unitarian Portland: Why We March
 First Unitarian Portland, 1211 SW Main

Jewish Voice for Peace panel discussion on Why Does the United States Support Israel?
 Taborspace, 5441 SE Belmont

Stories & Food: Fundraiser for Tender Table
 Holocene Portland, 1001 SE Morrison

Wednesday September 6

Washington State 18th Legislative District Democrats Meeting - AG/Rural Issues
 Luke Jensen Sports Park. Vancouver

Nursing labor discussion & Monthly Rebellious Nursing Meetup
 Lucky Labrador Brew Pub on N Killingsworth, 1700 N Killingsworth

No Boxes: Mohamed Asem, Abdulhadi Jassim, and Yuvi Zalkow.
 Corkscrew Wine Bar, 1665 SE Bybee

Race-Informed Social Justice Committee Meeting
 Multnomah County Democrats, 3551 NE Sandy

Incite: Queer Writers Read
 Literary Arts, 925 SW Washington

Emergency Relief Benefit for Hurricane Harvey (bands, donations)
 Lovecraft Bar, 421 SE Grand

Thursday September 7

Steptember Walk: Let's Stop A Freeway
 Salmon Street Fountain

Metro Regional Housing Investment Strategy Council Briefing
 Metro, 600 NE Grand

Happy Hour with New Leaders Council - Portland
 Lucky Labrador Brew Pub, 915 SE Hawthorne

First Thursday featuring Bobby Fouther's artwork, benefitting MRG Foundation & Phoenix Lab Art Source
 Santé Bar, 411 NW Park

Opening of Sucix: kiki nicole and Carla Javier Brea
 UNA Gallery, 328 NW Broadway #117

Represent.Us Monthly Chapter Meeting
 Cascade Park Community Library, Vancouver

Portland Democratic Socialists of America Reading Group
 Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th

The People's History of Oregon (Portland Underground Grad School)
 Taborspace, 5441 SE Belmont

Punk Rock for TPI; A Fundraiser for Transition Projects
 Ash Street Bar, 225 SW Ash

Friday September 8

Uplift, Understand, Upskill Young Pacific Islanders
 Midland Library, 805 SE 122nd

Aria Dean: Notes on Blaccelerationism
 Reed College, 3203 SE Woodstock

See the Movie “13th” with Multnomah Democrats
 Hollywood Senior Center, 1820 NE 40th

Indivisible Greater Vancouver September Meeting
 ILWU Local 4, Vancouver

N/On Violence: A Debate and Public Conversation
 First Congregational United Church of Christ, Portland, 1126 SW Park

Shut Down The Mentors
 13639 SE Powell

Saturday September 9

Peace & Justice Fair
 Esther Short Park, Vancouver

NAMI Family-to-Family Fall 2017 Class
 Milwaukie, Oregon

Class, Race, & the Urban Landscape (Portland Underground Grad School)

Ethnobiology-presented By Feather Smith-Trevino
 Wilshire United Methodist Native American Fellowship, 3917 NE Shaver

Serbian Fest 2017 - Portland
 through  Saint Stephans Serbian Orthodox Church, Milwaukie

8th Annual Neerchokikoo Powwow & Community Honoring Ceremony
 Native American Youth and Family Center, 5135 NE Columbia

Taste of Latinoamérica - Sabor de Latinoamérica
 Portland Mercado, 7238 SE Foster

Strong Girls, Strong Women, Strong Readers at Another Read Through
 Another Read Through, 3932 N Mississippi

Portland Democratic Socialists of America General Meeting
 Sunnyside Community House, 3520 SE Yamhill

De-escalation Techniques
 FISH (Friends in Service to Humanity) of Vancouver

Tigard's 2nd Annual Latino Festival/2ndo Festival Latino Anual
 12345 SW Main St, Tigard

NAMI Party with a Purpose 2017
 DoubleTree Hotel Portland, 1000 NE Multnomah

Silk Road Cultural DiplomacyAl-Andalus Ensemble​ performance
 Director Park, 815 SW Park

Liberation Literacy Screening of "Attica"
 Yale Union, 800 SE 10th

Sunday September 10

Traditional Ecological Knowledge & Climate Change
 Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge

Multnomah County Democrats Book Discussion - On Tyranny
 Multnomah County Democrats, 3551 NE Sandy

Pueblo Unido Volunteer Meeting
 Rockwood Library,17917 SE Stark

Red Lodge Transition Center for Women Open House
 Red Lodge, Oregon City

RESPONSES TO THE PATRIOT PRAYER FREE SPEECH RALLY (2pm, Salmon Street Fountain)

Shut down white supremacy-Solidarity with Charlottesville (sponsored by Queer Liberation Front, Oregon Students Empowered, and the Well Armed Militia of Portlanders United in Self Governance)
 Pioneer Courthouse Square

Rally/March Against White Nationalism (sponsored by Portland Stands United Against Hate, a coalition of moderate interfaith and labor groups)
 Terry Schrunk Plaza

Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Portland's Silent Witness: Sitting, Standing, and Walking for All We Love
 Salmon Street Fountain

Silent and Nonviolent Action
 Salmon Street Fountain

Families for Peaceful Protest: Answering the Call of Love
 First Unitarian Church, 1121 SW Main

Stand Up! Community Defense Against Patriot Prayer! is sponsored by Rose City Antifa
 Salmon Street Fountain

Scream like Goku in front of City Hall (against Fascism) and Demand Utopia
 Portland City Hall

Metropolitan Alliance For Common Good Housing Forum 9/10
 Havurah Shalom, 825 NW 18th

CHAP Concerned Humans Against Poverty Unity March: Solidarity Day
 Marshall Park, Vancouver

Indivisible Hillsboro-OR Fall Forum
 First Congregational Church United Church of Christ, Hillsboro

Black Feast: Sister Outsider
 Feastly, 912 SE Hawthorne

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