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  • Wednesday
    Jul 18 2018
    Confront Corruption: Demand Democracy, A National Candlelight Vigil

    Hollywood Transit Center

    Come and join fellow Portlanders (and nearby friends) for a quiet vigil to confront corruption and demand democracy. Bring your candles, signs and desire for change.

    Donald Trump has shown his allegiance to Vladimir Putin. He has shown that he values wealth and power over the welfare of Americans. His administration and the GOP who enable him are endlessly corrupt. Enough. We must demand democracy.

    Let's come together in solidarity, with resolve to confront this rampant corruption.

    Note: This will be a peaceful vigil. The only stipulation from Tri-Met was that we not block access to stairs, ramps, or the platform. People need to be able to get by and access the trains. Thank you for you cooperation on this front.



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  • Tuesday
    Jul 24 2018
    Resist Trump Tuesday at Senator Merkley's

    11:30 a.m: Connect, plan, and hear news from the Resistance

    12:00 p.m.: Speak with staffer

    Are you sick of yelling at your device? It's time to take action. Join us to speak to our US Senate staff about the top issues. Make your voice heard.

  • Wednesday
    Jul 25 2018
    Task Force Monthly Meeting (Human Trafficking Task Force of Clark County)

    YWCA Clark County

    Members of the Human Trafficking Task Force of Clark County, WA meets the last Wednesday of each month from 8:30-9:45am at the YWCA Clark County.

    Speakers, Networking and Resources.

    NO Meeting in December.

    Upcoming dates:

    • WED, Jul 25
    • WED, Aug 29
    • WED, Sep 26
    • WED, Oct 31
  • Sunday
    Jul 29 2018
    “Making Waves: Rebirth of the Golden Rule” and “Holy Week: The Story of the 2016 Sacred Peace Walk” film screening

    Join us for a special screening of two new peace activism films on Sunday, July 29 at 6:00 p.m. at the Clinton Street Theater in Portland.

    “Making Waves: Rebirth of the Golden Rule” is the remarkable story of four men who in 1958 dared to sail a small wooden boat into the US nuclear testing zone in the Marshall Islands—risking their lives to call attention to the devastating effects of radiation on the people and the planet. When the crew was arrested and jailed in Honolulu, public outcry for their release led to the Limited Test Ban Treaty. Restored by Veterans for Peace, this historic peace boat is now on a new voyage to promote peace and nuclear disarmament worldwide.

    “Holy Week: The Story of the 2016 Sacred Peace Walk” follows a group of dedicated peace activists on an annual 60-mile pilgrimage from Las Vegas to the Nevada National Security Site (Nuclear Test Site). Led by spiritual leaders of the Western Shoshone Nation, this interfaith journey culminates in a day of nonviolent direct action at the gates of the NNSS.

    Following the screening, there will be a Q and A session with filmmaker James Knight.

    A donation to attend is requested and will benefit the Northwest Interfaith Peace Walk, Nevada Desert Experience, and the VFP Golden Rule Project.

  • Tuesday
    Jul 31 2018
    Resist Trump Tuesday at Senator Wyden's

    11:30 a.m: Connect, plan, and hear news from the Resistance

    12:00 p.m.: Speak with staffer

    Do you fear for our democracy? Join us to speak to our US Senate staff about the top issues. Get together with fellow citizens and make your voice heard.


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