Things to do week of March 27

Review last week’s post. There are lots of things that are still current!

Last week, the U.S. Senate voted to gut online privacy rules and allow Internet service providers (ISPs) like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T to sell your sensitive personal information to advertisers without your permission. Call your representative in the House and tell them to vote NO on repealing the FCC broadband privacy rules.

Consider War Tax Resistance: The National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee supports individuals who refuse to pay for war, and promotes war tax resistance in the context of a broad range of nonviolent strategies for social change. Through the redirection of our tax dollars, war tax resisters contribute directly to the struggle for peace and justice for all.

April 4:  M4BL is joining  a broad multi-racial, cross-sector coalition of organizers from around the country to share plans for the mass political education work which will kick-off Beyond the Moment: Uniting Movements from April 4th to May Day (BTM ) on April 4th. The date marks the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “Beyond Vietnam” speech at Riverside Church in New York City, where he offered a radical critique of imperialist war and the injustice of racial capitalism. Dr. King was assassinated exactly one year later (April 4, 1968) on the eve of the launch of the Poor People’s Campaign which would declare poverty a human rights violation.

April 5 at 2pm:  Write to the Portland City Council or attend the meeting regarding the moral need to divest from Wells Fargo and Caterpillar.

April 6 at 7pm (doors open at 6:30): The first film of the Rising Up for Human Dignity film festival is on April 6th at PSU, in the Smith Memorial Student Union room 26.  The film is The Uncondemned. There will be a discussion panel after the film including Amy Kayon, PSU Prevention Violence Coordinator and Aerlyn Pfeil, Certified Professional Midwife and MSF Volunteer.  There is no charge, but please bring a donation of a $5 gift card to Fred Meyer or Target for the survivors.

April 8, 1pm:  Join a choir singing I Can’t Keep Quiet as part of #Ican’tkeepquiet Day

April 18 at 7pmLet’s Talk Climate will host its next forum, titled “Portland’s Urban Heat Islands: Unequal Impacts,” at TaborSpace, 5441 SE Belmont St, Portland.

April 23, 12:15-2:15pm: Responding to the Language of Hate Workshop. West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 8470 SW Oleson Rd.  There is no charge, but please pre-register by calling the church office at 503-246-3351

May 12-14: Weekend Workshop: “We the People Are More Powerful Than We Dare to Believe: First Steps in Dismantling Corporate Rule

Things to do: Week of March 20

A little late posting because of travel, but here are some things you can still do this do this week!  Also include things in April so you can plan to #resist

Act

  • Contact Congressman Greg Walden to voice your concern about the repeal and replace efforts of health care:  Any repeal and replace efforts need to advance the health care of all Oregonians. Cutting coverage will be devastating to our health and our state’s economy.

Greg Walden Congressional Offices

Medford Office: 14 N. Central Ave. Suite 112 Medford, OR 97501

Phone: (541) 776-4646

Bend Office: 1051 NW Bond St. Suite 400 Bend, OR 97701

Phone: (541) 389-4408

La Grande Office: 1211 Washington Avenue La Grande, OR 97850

Phone: (541) 624-2400

Washington, D.C. Office: 2185 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC 20515

Phone: (202) 225-6730

Participate

Thursday, March 23, 9am-4:30pm
Climate Lobby Day, Salem, Capitol Steps

March 27 7pm-8:30pm, Training from Indivisible, OR District 3.  New Deal Distillery, 900 SE Salmon St

April 1, Native American Marketplace & Climate Justice Summit
Friendly House, NW Portland

April 2, Seiu Local 6401 SE Foster: The feminist branch of Portland Democratic Socialists of America presents “Being There”. “Being There” features the work of abortion providers in Portland, Oregon and tells the story of their ties to the larger medical community. Guided by anti-stigma research, the film shows how abortion is part of a continuum of care and how anti-abortion stigma within the health care system affects the lives of providers, many of whom are viewed as “rogue physicians” in their professional fields. The film is directed by Jan Haaken, professor emeritus of psychology, reproductive rights activist, and documentary filmmaker. The running time of the film is 16 minutes. After the film, there will be a moderated discussion featuring several panelists with expertise in reproductive justice and feminist politics and organizing.

April 6, 11:30-1pm Planned Parenthood Conference Town Hall Meeting. A light lunch will be served. RSVP by March 28.

April 8, Direct Action Training for Groups, Hosted by Portland Rising Tide

April 15, 1pm, Tax March, Terry D. Schrunk Plaza, Portland.

April 20, 6PM, Pull-Together, Honor First Nations, Protect the Salish Sea, Stop Kinder Morgan’s TransMountain Disaster, Seattle

April 20, 9AM, Health Care for All Lobby Day
Salem

April 29  People’s Climate Mobilization hosted by OPAL-Environmental Justice Oregon Portland

May 9, Rally for the Elliot State Forest, Salem

Learn

Read the report about how the American Health Care Act (the health care act being put forth by the Republicans to replace the ACA) will affect Oregonians.

Key Findings

  • Oregon’s uninsured rate will triple from 5 percent to more than 15 percent by 2023 and continue to increase through 2026.

  • Rural Oregon is likely most severely affected by losses in coverage. The health care system for rural Oregon, and its infrastructure, will be severely undermined by this legislation – jeopardizing access to care and the ability of many communities to continue to recover from the recession.

  • The AHCA risks the loss of more than 23,300 healthcare jobs that were created in Oregon after the ACA was implemented.

Watch how five tribes collaborated to create the Bears Ears National Monument in southern Utah. This is threatened under the current administration.

Check out Emerge Oregon.

Emerge Oregon is changing the face of Oregon politics by identifying, training and encouraging Democratic women to run for office, get elected and to seek higher office. Our intensive, cohort-based seven-month training program is unique. As the number of elected Democratic women remains flat or even declines, the need for our work is growing.

In the 153 years since its statehood, Oregon has elected a total of five women to the U.S. House of Representatives, one woman to the U.S. Senate, and one woman as Governor of Oregon.  Currently, approximately 30% of Oregon State legislators are women.

A pool of highly qualified Democratic candidates is being left untapped.  Too often, women do not see themselves running for office—they assume they aren’t experienced enough or they don’t know where to begin.  Emerge Oregon is changing that!

Emerge Oregon is an affiliate of Emerge America, a national organization currently working in 17 states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

Things to do: Week of March 13

In Your Own Time

Call your Oregon Representative to Support Needed Legislation and Oppose Damaging Bills

Events

Mayor’s Town Hall on Portland’s Climate Priorities
7PM, Thursday, March 16
Tabor Space, 5441 SE Belmont 97215
The event is free and open to the public. Donations gratefully accepted.

Take Back Our Education, Open House teach-in
6pm, March 16
Filipino American Center, 8197 SE Stark St.

National Popular Vote
Tuesday, March 14, 3pm
The Oregon State Legislature’s House Rules Committee will hold a hearing on House Bill 2927 (National Popular Vote).  If you can, go to Salem to show your support.

Lobby Day in Salem with Oregon Conservation Network
March 23, 9AM – 4:30 PM Oregon State Capitol
350PDX Carpools are available.

Love-in to Counter-protest Trump Supporters
March 25, 9AM
Salem, OR

Town Hall Meeting with Stacy M. Cross MBA, President and CEO of Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette.
April 6, 11:30 – 1PM
RSVP by March 28. Space is limited

Join Congresswoman Bonamici at a Town Hall Meeting

Hillsboro Town Hall Meeting
Monday, March 13th 6:00pm
Washington County Fair Complex,
Main Exhibit Hall North

Scappoose Town Hall Meeting
Saturday, April 15th 3:00pm
Scappoose High School, Gym

Warrenton Town Hall Meeting Saturday, April 15th 11:00am
Warrenton High School, Gym

Sherwood Town Hall Meeting
Monday, April 17th 6:00pm
Sherwood High School, Gym

 

Portland Town Hall Meeting
Sunday, May 7th 11:00am
Lincoln High School, Gym

Performances

Gospel of Loving Kindness, an award winning play about gun violence
Show runs Friday March 10 – April 9
Fridays & Saturdays 7:30pm
Sundays 3PM

Learn!

Talking Across the Political Chasm: How to Listen & Talk in Divisive Times
Portland Underground Graduate School
Tuesdays, April 4-25, 6-8PM
Space is limited, $118 (Scholarships Available)

 

Things to do: Week of March 6

Events

Mayor’s Town Hall on Portland’s Climate Priorities
7PM, Thursday, March 16
Tabor Space, 5441 SE Belmont 97215
The event is free and open to the public. Donations gratefully accepted.

International Women’s Day
Wednesday, March 8.
If you can, don’t work.  Shop only at women and minority owned businesses. Take to the streets.

Starting at 12 noon, Portland Women Against Hate is hosting a series of events starting with “Get Ready to Run for Office.”

Take Back Our Education, Open House teach-in
6pm, March 16
Filipino American Center, 8197 SE Stark St.

The Oregon State Legislature’s House Rules Committee will hold a hearing on House Bill 2927 (National Popular Vote) at 3 PM next Tuesday, March 14th.  If you can, go to Salem to show your support.

Join Congresswoman Bonamici at a Town Hall Meeting

Hillsboro Town Hall Meeting
Monday, March 13th 6:00pm
Washington County Fair Complex,
Main Exhibit Hall North

Scappoose Town Hall Meeting
Saturday, April 15th 3:00pm
Scappoose High School, Gym

Warrenton Town Hall Meeting Saturday, April 15th 11:00am
Warrenton High School, Gym

Sherwood Town Hall Meeting
Monday, April 17th 6:00pm
Sherwood High School, Gym

 

Portland Town Hall Meeting
Sunday, May 7th 11:00am
Lincoln High School, Gym

Support Reproductive Health in Oregon

“Women and children first.” We grannies are old enough to remember when that was a common sentiment…even if in reality it usually only applied to lifeboats on sinking ships and men holding doors open for women.

Under this new administration, we’re quickly learning that no one is “first” except those who are setting the priorities and making the policies. We women don’t expect to be first, but we’d like to at least be side by side with men. And most people…at least sane people…do believe that children should be our first priority.

But how do children even have a chance if their mothers are denied the right and the resources to make informed choices about their reproductive health? Family planning, birth control, healthy pregnancies, pre and post natal care…those are the first steps toward healthy children.  Support Oregon’s Reproductive Health Equity Act.

Demand Answers about Russian Involvement in the 2016 Election

Support the ACLU in Demanding a Special ProsecutorThe American people need answers about Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential campaign. Join the ACLU and call on Acting Deputy Attorney General Dane Boente, the official in charge of this investigation, to appoint a special prosecutor.  No one is above the law in America, no matter their political connections.

Influence the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Policy on ICE

The MCSO is accepting citizen commentary on its newly formalized policies for dealing with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.  Read the policy and submit your thoughts.

Contact Your Representative

Tell your members of Congress to demand a fully transparent process for any legislative action on the ACA, including requiring a public Congressional Budget Office cost estimate before any vote.

Tell your Senator to demand that Rosenstein commit to appointing a special prosecutor to investigate all ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Call your representatives and tell them that NOAA is vital to our economy, to our health, and to our way of life and that you oppose any reduction in NOAA’s budget.

Contact Amazo

March 2-5
Public Interest Environmental Law Conference-PIELC
Eugene
Free

Things to do: Week of Feb. 26, 2017

Phone Calls

Call your representative about House Bill HR610.  This bill repeals the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 and reduces the role of the Department of Education to giving block grants to states, who are then responsible for distributing the funds to public and private schools and homeschooling parents.  It also repeals the nutrition standards in schools.

Continue Supporting and Contributing to Standing Rock

View NoDAPL movement footage intercut with inspirational MLK quotes, primarily from his famous “I’ve been to the Mountaintop” speech, delivered the night before his assassination.  Martin Luther King’s words are as relevant as ever, highlighting the many parallels between the civil rights movement of the 60’s and the NoDAPL movement of the present.

Contribute Directly to Standing Rock

Contribute to the Public Education and Advocacy Fund

Petitions and Shows of Support

Join The Jewish Voice for Peace and others in asking Congress to use its authority to remove Steve Bannon from the National Security Council.

Help protect Women’s Health Clinics against anti-abortion violence.

Events

Feb 28, 5pm: Latinx Rally – Defend DACA. Terry Schrunk Plaza

March 2-5: Public Interest Environmental Law Conference in Eugene, OR (Free)

March 6: ICE Out of Oregon Rally, 4:30 PM: Immigration Customs Enforcement Office located at 4310 SW Macadam Avenue, Portland, Oregon.

March 7: Port of Vancouver Commission Meeting.  Vancouver Port Commission can end the lease for the Tesoro Savage Oil Terminal on March 31. Please plan to show your support for lease termination at the next Port of Vancouver Meeting. Details to be announced. 

March 10, 3pm:  Stand with Native Nations – National Solidarity Gathering *Oregon*  Details will be announced.

March 16 6PM: Portland Activist Training by Family Forward.  Free, but registration is required.

March 17-18: Treaty Rights in Lewiston, Idaho.  Nimiipuu (Nez Perce) Tribe hosts the Conference, Treaty Rights In A Changing Environment.”

Educate Yourself on Local Problems and Get Involved

The Environmental Protection Agency instructed Portland to review its lead-prevention efforts, the state ordered the city to come up with a plan to immediately reduce lead levels in drinking water and an Oregonian/OregonLive investigation found that regulators turned a blind eye to Portland’s lead problems.

Federal regulators require water providers to ensure lead levels remain at or below 15 parts per billion. Portland exceeded that measurement 10 times. It exceeded federal standards for amounts of lead in drinking water at least twice in three years.

Week of Feb. 20: Events and Actions of Interest

Please note that our sharing of this information does not constitute an endorsement of the organization or event.  We are simply sharing and leaving it to you to make a decision.

Rallies & Marches

Petitions & Donations

  • The Trump administration is threatening to mobilize National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants. Stand with Pramila Jayapal, Congresswoman, Washington’s 7th District to resist this action.
  • Join Washington Governor Jay Inslee and others in resisting the Trump administration’s efforts to put a discriminatory travel ban in place.

Contact your Representatives

  • There is a proposed reduction of the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument and proposed reversal of the Bears Ears National Monument.  Contact your representatives and tell them you Stand with Grand Staircase.  Follow the Grand Staircase Escalante Partners and/or Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, and donate to their efforts to protect the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument.
  • If you’re an Oregonian, call Senators Wyden and Merkley to THANK them for speaking out against Trump’s federal hiring freeze. This hiring freeze will have significant negative impacts on employment, the federal deficit, veterans, and the disabled.  See Indivisible Oregon for more information.

Resources

  • Sign up for Daily Action and follow through. Daily Action will send you one text each day along with the phone number to call about an issue the Daily Action team has deemed urgent based on where you live.  You tap on the phone number, listen to a short recording about that issue, and you’ll be automatically routed to the relevant elected official. You can then state your case.
  • Checkout the Reclaim Recess Toolkit.  The upcoming congressional recess is a big opportunity for local groups around the country to show their Members of Congress how serious they are about stopping the Trump agenda. This website provides resources to make the most of the Congressional recess.

Events and Actions of Interest

Please note that our sharing of this information does not constitute an endorsement of the organization or event.  We are simply sharing and leaving it to you to make a decision.

Rallies, Marches, & Strikes

February 28, Noon.  Capital Steps in Salem.  Rally to support Lobbying Day for Reproductive Health Equity Act (HB2232) sponsored by The Pro-Choice Coalition of Oregon.

March 8, A Day without Women.  The actions so far include writing to senators, strategizing how to build off the energy of the Women’s March and planning grass roots protests and other events engaging with Congress next week, which includes Presidents’ Day.

April 22: March for Science.  Show support for science and the free dissemination of research and knowledge.

Phone Calls

Local Action

The Western States Petroleum Association, the Portland Business Alliance, and the Columbia Pacific Building Trades Council are appealing the Bulk Fossil Fuel Terminal zoning code amendments the Portland City Council adopted on December 14th to the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA). 

Call the office of Mayor Ted Wheeler and let his office know you support The City of Portland doing everything it can to defend the Fossil Fuel Terminal Zoning Code Amendments.503-823-4120 Email mayorwheeler@portlandoregon.gov

Immigrant Rights

Call your state representatives in Salem to voice your opposition to the push to repeal state sanctuary status and make English the official language.  If you don’t know who that is, here’s an interactive map to help you.

Call your Member of Congress

Suggested script:

Hi my name is [full name], and I’m calling as a constituent to ask [Representative/Senator] [Last Name] to speak out with urgency about Trump’s anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant, and racist executive orders.

These policies are a worst nightmare designed to target, profile, surveil and ban people due to their religion, race, national origin or legal status. Many of us are here today because our parents and grandparents or ancestors were welcomed into this country, as immigrants or as refugees [if it applies to you, be more specific, tell a story]. This kind of blatantly discriminatory policy will tear apart lives, families, and communities.

Will [Representative/Senator] [Last Name] make an immediate statement in opposition?

National Action

There are FOUR republican senators who are leaning AGAINST Puzder for Labor Secretary. PLEASE write or call each of these people and explain why this man is not fit to represent working people in this country. You can find their contact info by going to their websites: Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Susan Collins (Maine), Tim Collins (South Carolina), Johnny Isakson (Georgia).

Public Comments

Environmental Impact Statement for EA-18G Growler Airfield Operations at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. Comments must be received by Feb. 24

Signatures

Portland based petition calling on city leaders to divest from and sever operational ties with Wells Fargo, Bank of Tokyo, USBank, and JP Morgan Chase. These banks are currently invested in, and intend to profit from the Dakota Access Pipeline, which runs through Standing Rock, ND.  Click for details and to sign the petition.

Take the Pledge: Stop Trump’s anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant attacks. By Jewish Voice for Peace.

Protect Mount Hood Forests and Drinking Water: Fix the Mount Hood Land Exchange Plan.  This addresses a proposed logging project for the Tamanawas Falls area.

Be a citizen co-sponsor of the bill to guarantee legal counsel for immigrants detained after Trump’s anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant executive orders.  This bill is being put forth by Pramila Jayapal, Congresswoman, Washington’s 7th District.

Community Organizing

February 25: Stand Together: A Day of Action Workshops. First Unitarian Church, 1211 SW Main.  Free Event.  For people new to social and political action and for those upgrading their skills.  Doors open at 9am. 11am – 4:30pm Workshops. 9:30pm Panel: Beliefs in Action-Our Own Stories–Personal Tales of Resistance.  Childcare provided.

March 5, 9am – 2pm  SURJ Portland Community Organizing Workshop. 6025 E Burnside St., Portland 97215 (Oregon AFSCME Office).  Cost $10/person, free to poor/working class people. All money raised will go to a POC led partner organization.

Arts

February 27: 7pm: August Wilson Monologue Competition Regional Finals: Unapologetically Ethnic. Newmark Theatre, 1111 SW Broadway, Portland. Free, but reservations required.

February 28: 6pm. Ride for Resistance.  Portland State University, Parkway North.  Hosted by African & Native Solidarity PDX

March 5, 4pm: Aurora Chorus International Women’s Day Concert featuring vocal activist Melanie DeMore.  First Congregational Church, 1126 SW Park Ave., Portland.

Letter Writing

On March 15th, mail Donald Trump a postcard that publicly expresses our opposition to him. And we, in vast numbers, from all corners of the world, will overwhelm the man with his unpopularity and failure. We will show the media and the politicians what standing with him — and against us — means. And most importantly, we will bury the White House post office in pink slips, all informing Donnie that he’s fired.

Each of us — every protester from every march, each congress calling citizen, every boycotter, volunteer, donor, and petition signer — if each of us writes even a single postcard and we put them all in the mail on the same day, March 15th, well: you do the math.

No alternative fact or Russian translation will explain away our record-breaking, officially-verifiable, warehouse-filling flood of fury. Hank Aaron currently holds the record for fan mail, having received 900,000 pieces in a year. We’re setting a new record: over a million pieces in a day, with not a single nice thing to say.

So sharpen your wit, unsheathe your writing implements, and see if your sincerest ill-wishes can pierce Donald’s famously thin skin.

Prepare for March 15th, 2017, a day hereafter to be known as #TheIdesOfTrump

Write one postcard. Write a dozen! Take a picture and post it on social media tagged with #TheIdesOfTrump ! Spread the word! Everyone on Earth should let Donnie know how he’s doing. They can’t build a wall high enough to stop the mail.

Then, on March 15th, mail your messages to:

Donald J. Trump
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

Letters to Federally Indicted Water Protectors 

There are 3 water protectors who have been federally indicted and are facing very serious charges in federal court in Bismarck. These three people are being held by police in connection to water protection at Standing Rock. This information is from the Water Protector Anti-Repression Crew. Please send letters of support to these Water Protectors.


Rattler is a Water Protector who is currently being held pre-trial on federal felony charges produced through a grand jury indictment. Rattler’s home is at Pine Ridge, and he comes from a long legacy of struggle that he continued at Standing Rock against the Dakota Access Pipeline and its world. Please support Rattler as he fights these charges brought against him by the federal government. Rattler would love to receive your letters and cards of support.

Rattler loves fantasy fiction and Dungeons and Dragons material. He’d appreciate something to read while he is inside.

Michael Markus
Box 1416
Bismarck, ND 58502-1416


 Red Fawn Fallis is still being held pre-trial on federal charges as well. Red Fawn has shown her dedication to the water, the earth and all that is sacred. Her spirits remain high despite the ways in which the state hopes to squash her. Please send your support to Red Fawn through letters!

Red Fawn Fallis
Stutsman County Correctional Center
205 6th St. SE, Ste 201
Jamestown, ND 58401


 Charles Jordan has been held in Morton County Jail since November 17th, 2016 on three state felony charges. He was initially ineligible for bond and his current conditions of release set by the court are unable to be met at this time. His brutal arrest is not the only time Morton County Sheriffs enacted such violence on Water Protectors. We have received reports of continued mistreatment while in custody including lack of medical services and hygiene access for weeks at a time. Please send Charles a letter letting him know that he is not alone!

Charles Jordan
Morton County Correctional Center
205 1st Ave. NW
Mandan, ND 58554

Donations

PNW Standing Rock Clean-Up Crew Deadline for the clean-up of the Oceti Oyate/Camp Sakowin Camps area is Feb. 22, 2017.

Take Action: Attend a Town Hall

Please attend at least one town Hall meeting next week. Bring a friend and a great sign! Be prepared to ask a question about the issue that matters to you most.

Live in a conservative area of Oregon? Grab a friend and come out to support Senator Wyden.

Senator Ron Wyden will host these townhalls:

FEB 18

Clackamas County town hall 9:30AM
Oregon City High School gym
19761 S Beavercreek Rd.
Oregon City, OR


FEB 18

Curry County town hall  5:00PM
Riley Creek School
94350 Sixth St.
Gold Beach, OR


FEB 19

Coos County town hall 12:00PM
Marshfield High School auditorium
S. 10th and Ingersoll St
Coos Bay, OR


FEB 19

Lane County town hall 4:30PM

Lane Community College Main Campus – Building 5/Gym (Parking available in lots A, B, and C – no permit necessary)
4000 East 30th Ave.
Eugene, OR


FEB 20

Benton County town hall 11:00AM
LaSells Stewart Center, Austin Auditorium, Oregon State University (Parking available in Reser Stadium Lot or Parking Structure at corner of 26th and Washington)
875 SW 26th Street
Corvallis, OR


FEB 20

Deschutes County town hall  5:30PM
Sisters High School Auditorium
1700 McKinney Butte Rd
Sisters, OR


FEB 21

Crook County town hall  12:30PM
Crook County High School Auditorium
1100 SE Lynn Blvd
Prineville, OR


FEB 22

Jefferson County town hall 10:00AM
Madras Performing Arts Center
412 SE Buff St
Madras, OR


FEB 23

Jackson County town hall 9:45AM
Ashland High School gym (Parking may fill quickly. Please consider using carpool or public transit.)
201 S Mountain Ave
Ashland, OR


FEB 24

Clatsop County town hall 11:30AM
Astoria High School auditorium
1001 W Marine Dr.
Astoria , OR


FEB 25

Multnomah County town hall 12:00PM
David Douglas High School
1001 SE 135th Ave.
Portland, OR
(Parking may fill quickly, Please consider using public transit and carpool.)(Some parking located at North Lot, 1001 SE 135th; South Lot: 1500 SE 130th; Performing Arts Center: 1400 SE 130th; Aquatics Center: 13030 SE Taylor Court; OVERFLOW: North Powellhurst Elementary: 1400 SE 135th