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Friday the 14th there is going to be a benefit for the International Solidarity Movement, a Palestine based direct action group.

Come show your support and party it up co-op style!


Queer Women’s Music Festival

May 21st 7:30PM at WOW Hall FREE

Fashioning Resistance to


May 13, 2010
Agate Hall, Doors at 6:30pm

The Gap has a new clothing line with “military styling.” Baby clothes, backpacks, lingerie, and draperies all come in camo. What does this say about a nation at war?

This unique fashion show by UO students, staff, and faculty in collaboration with Eugene community members, will feature original designs that challenge some pervasive assumptions about militarism. The show will uncover the high costs of militarism in terms of people’s lives, emotional well-being, environmental contamination, carbon footprint, war profiteering, and all the ways war is made to see normal also “protest wear” and joyous “peace wear.” Each design will be paired with an informative script. Together the outfits will tell a wider story about militarism and peace.


Tran’s and Womyn’s Action Camp

Benefit Show!

Friday, May 8th, 7:00PM @ Red and Black Cafe – SE 12th Ave. and Oak

Free Self-Defense Workshops!!!

May 6th at the Wesley Center (Next door to the UO Bookstore)

5:00-6:30PM Women and Transgender Only!

7:00-8:30PM Open to Everyone!

sponsored by the UO Survival Center, and the
Tran’s and Womyn’s Action Camp

Take Back the Night: April 29, 2010

The Take Back the Night March began in 1976 when over 2000 women from 40 nations marched together to protest the ways in which violence impacts the lives of women worldwide. Every year since that first gathering, women around the world have been marching  through the streets of their communities to demand an end to the violence and to celebrate those who have survived.

The rally, march and speak-out happens every year on the last Thursday of April. The event begins in the EMU Amphitheatre on April 29th at 6:30pm and ends after 9pm in downtown Eugene (8th/Oak). There will be transportation back to campus after the Speakout.  We are hoping that folks will come out and support this event in solidarity and to raise awareness in all our communities  around the issue of sexual assault.  Please consider attending the rally, march and speakout and let your voices be heard !

Speakers/Performers at the Rally:

Partricia Cortez

Board president and Program Director of Amigos Multicultural Services Center, with heavy involvement in Juventud FACETA, which started in August 24 2002 as a program developed by Amigos Multicultural Services Center and was a multidimensional vision that prepares our young people as leaders of many  aspects of their lives and provides social services that are culturally appropriate parajovenes and their families. Juventud Faceta is committed to providing youth with alternative growth, a safe place where they can develop social and cultural values in an atmosphere of solidarity.

Gwyn Kirk

Gwyn Kirk is a scholar-activist concerned with gender, racial and environmental justice in the service of genuine security, peace-making, and creating a sustainable world. She has taught courses in  women’s studies, environmental studies, political science, and sociology at US universities and colleges. She publishes a textbook/anthology,  Women’s Lives: Multicultural Perspectives  (McGraw-Hill), co-edited with Margo Okazawa-Rey, which is used in women’s studies classes and by feminist activists. She has written widely on ecofeminism, militarism, and women’s peace organizing. She is a founding member of the East Asia-US-Puerto Rico Women’s Network Against Militarism, which  links scholars and activists dealing with the negative effects of US military bases, budgets, and operations on local communities. She holds a Ph.D. in political sociology from the London School of Economics. Her current research and writing focuses on organizing efforts to promote cleanup and healing from contamination caused by military operations and war. She is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Oregon.

Sexual Wellness Advocacy Team

The Sexual Wellness Advocacy Team  (SWAT) is a group of students committed to ending sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking at the University of Oregon. SWAT creates and facilitates workshops on consent, relationships, dating violence and intervening with friends. We use interactive facilitation styles including theater to create change at the UO. SWAT is a sex-positive program meaning we do not advocate for one type of commitment or sexual behavior over another. We also recognize that some students may choose abstinence. We  advocate for mutual, informed, clear consent in all sexual relationships.

Radical Cheerleaders
http://radcheers.tripod.com/ < http://radcheers.tripod.com/ > )

Radical Cheerleading is Protest+Performance. It’s activism with pom poms and middle fingers extended. It’s screaming FUCK CAPITALISM while doing a split. The Radical Cheerleaders started when  once upon a time, two magical sisters from the land of Florida named Cara and Aimee decided that regular old protests on street corners holding signs and waving at oncoming traffic was just not RADICAL enough. They made pom-poms out of plastic bags and passed their cheers out in zine form. Soon enough, Radical Cheerleading spread like blue bonnet margarine on vegan biscuits. The UO squad has been a staple to the activist communities for many years past, and many to come. They always make TBTN a priority  cause, and for this we welcome their righteous presence again this year.    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKGYlB7IBSY&feature=youtube_gdatahttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKGYlB7IBSY&feature=youtube_gdata >

Take Back the Night Poster

Come Support Workers on May 1st!

May 1st is International Workers’ Day, commemorating the historic struggle of working people throughout the world!

Come support CAUSA Oregon as they march through our Capitol!

Rally for Immigration Reform and Homage to Latino Workers: Celebrating the contributions to the State of Oregon

Saturday, May 1st, 2010
Location: LB Day Amphitheater
at Oregon State Fair Grounds
Salem, Oregon

11:00 a.m. Students march from Willamette University to the Pavilion at Oregon Fairgrounds

12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m. Tribute to Latin American Workers and Rally from Immigration Reform at the Oregon Fairgrounds Pavilion. Live Music, Speakers, and celebration  of Latin American workers contribution to Oregon’s economy.

There will be speakers, music and dance performances throughout the day.

Students March May 1, 2010

For more info contact Francisco Lopez at francisco@causaoregon.org

Phone:  (503) 269-5694
Fax :  503-363-0458



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