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Published on May 20, 2013
What Are You Hiding? Cops Ask Joe Anybody in 2010
Published on May 10, 2013
There was no aggression or show of force during Portland's march on May Day 2013 and no arrests were made at. At the same time in Seattle the police there were throwing flash bang grenades at protestors who blockaded Seattle's city streets with overturned newspaper racks and trash cans, temporarily bringing the machine to a halt.
Video Premier Free Showing 5.1.13: Project Viewfinder - homeless young adults sharing
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The Free Premiere Screening of
May 1, 2013 @ 6PM - In the Whitsell Auditorium, located in the Portland Art Museum.
May Day Evening - come see these videos after the march -
PROJECT VIEWFINDER began in January 2013 after the Film Center sought out young adults transitioning from homelessness to self-sufficiency that were interested in learning media production techniques. Working three days per week and led by School of Film lead faculty member Bushra Azzouz and supporting filmmakers, the project empowers participants to tell their stories using the medium of film. PROJECT VIEWFINDER is endeavoring to engage the Film Center's School of Film with underserved members of our community, seeking to enact change on a direct level.
"I appreciate that Project Viewfinder could see us, the homeless, and say, 'We see value in these youth, right here in our own city.'" says participant Antwoine Thomas. "I want the world to hear the message I have to relay and hopefully consider it."
The evening will consist of short films, made by the participants, about the myths and realities of homelessness along with interviews and footage of their experiences and struggles. The event will begin with a 5pm reception celebrating the accomplishments of the filmmakers. The films will be followed by a Q&A with the participants.
This project was inspired by the uplifting story of Hazel Malone, a School of Film student who, mentored by our faculty, turned her life around from one of homelessness to one of hope, joy, and creativity. Her story was first told last year in a short film made for the Film Center's 40th Anniversary Gala. (80 mins.)
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IRAQ 10 YEARS LATER: Tuesday March 19, 2013
- 600,000 food stamp recipients will be cut from the program
- Massive education cuts. According to President Obama: Once these cuts take effect thousands of teachers and educators will be laid off and tens of thousands of parents will have to scramble to find child care for their kids. "
- $12 billion in Medicare cuts (more to come after 2013)
- Federal funds to state governments will be cut, creating even more deficits for states and municipalities, and thus more localized cuts (the states have already made austerity cuts of $337 billion!)
- Also, 700,000 jobs are expected to be loss, while 70,000 kids are also expected to be kicked off of Head Start
And this is just for 2013. The current plan for the austerity "sequester" cuts is $100 billion of federal cuts every year for ten years, equaling massive cuts to jobs, Medicare, education, and completely destroying federally funded social programs.
Will it actually happen this time? The Solution is for the Richest of the Rich to pay their fair share,
we can face the future with courage, determination, and a framework for success.:
see this article by Shamus Cooke:
Austerity USA Begins March 1st
The Whole Story! http://www.theportlandalliance.org/cooke
Joe AnbodyOccupy Portland
|Though its hard to believe, it's been one year since the initial OWS Occupation started a mass movement of the people. At one time, we had the largest of them all here in Portland. Occupiers took to the street in unison with injured and fired Colombian workers who have been exploited by GM and are now in 412 days of Occupying, sewing their mouths shut in a hunger strike.|
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