The Portland Raging Grannies is a social activist group in support of social justice, human rights, and environmental protection.
The Raging Grannies Philosophy by Raging Grannies International
Standing up against the proposed Pembina propane export terminal in Portland.
Small groups of us singing downtown to encourage people to shop local, shop responsibly, and to resist the TransPacific Partnership.
October 11, 2014: No Liquified Gas! at the First Unitarian Universalist Church
September 21, 2014: Portland People’s Climate March at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park
This action was part of the worldwide People’s Climate March centered in NYC in the days before the UN Summit on Climate Change. Marches were held across the world. Over 300,000 marched in NYC, tens of thousands in London, and 10,000 in Melbourne, Australia. Media reported that thousands marched in Portland. We are proud to have been part of this effort
You can view a video of us performing at this event by visiting our Facebook page.
August 16, 2014: SWARM at the Portland Farmer’s Market
Saying No to Coal, July 2014
With the Eugene Raging Grannies at the Connect Oregon hearing in Salem, OR.
2014 Pride Parade
2014 Earth Day Celebration at Kenton City Park
Anticoal Action at the Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior, Vancouver Landing, Nov. 2013. Performing with our sister Raging Grannies from Eugene and Corvalis.
Pride 2013, Health Care Rallies, Anti-Coal Rallys, Anti-Monsanto, Occupy Portland, Move to Amend
Five Portland Raging Grannies Spend Time in the Slammer Following Appearance at the Inner City Blues Festival
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