Tag: Protests

Native Dancer/Jessica Pollard
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May Day in Portland: A Recap

Monday May 1, May Day—or International Workers’ Day—kicked off in the Portland Park blocks this year.   Many of the city’s participants gathered in Shemanski Park, and others attended the “Day Without Immigrants” rally outside of Smith Memorial Student Union. The crowd included students and community members, as well as […]

Senate Bill 540: Proposed Oregon Law Targets Student Protesters
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Senate Bill 540: Proposed Oregon Law Targets Student Protesters

A bill in Oregon’s State Senate may threaten college students’ due process of rights. The bill fundamentally changes the relationship between public schools and state government. Senate Bill (SB) 540, would mandate public colleges and community colleges to expel any student convicted of riot. While this bill could impact students […]

Protest Coverage – Saturday November 12, 2016.
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Protest Coverage – Saturday November 12, 2016.

At 5 p.m. in Pioneer Square on Nov. 12, 2016, things appeared to be business-as-usual. People waited for the MAX, shoppers carrying bags hurried about, and a flower vendor played the soundtrack to the musical, “Hamilton,” while cleaning up around her cart. The only thing unusual was an apparent show-of-force […]

Standoff at Standing Rock
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Standoff at Standing Rock

  The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has made national headlines in their ongoing defense of native lands at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in South Dakota. They’re fighting to protect their reservation from the nearby construction of the Bakken, or Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) , currently being developed by Energy […]