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NEW ZINE: The Baldies & Anti-Racist Action: A History in Anti-Racist Skinhead Organizing

The “It Did Happen Here” podcast is an independently produced podcast that documents the fight against racist white skinheads in the 1980’s and 90’s in Portland, Oregon. The 11 episodes feature interviews with many people who worked together in those days and reveal the unlikely collaboration between groups of immigrants, civil rights activists, militant youth and queer organizers who came together to successfully confront neo-nazi violence and right wing organizing in the Rose City.

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Federal Courthouse Set on Fire in Portland, Oregon

Portland. OR. Revolutionaries set fire to the federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon, on Thursday evening in renewed clashes between demonstrators and federal police.

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Did Donald Trump Order The Execution Of Portland Activist Michael Reinoehl?

A look at the evidence surrounding the State killing of Portland-area protester Michael Reinoehl – which begs the question, just who directed what seems to be – his execution?

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Portland, Oregon: Doorbell Surveillance Cameras Removed and Destroyed — Report and Call to Action

Portland. OR. Dozens of Amazon Ring and Google Nest surveillance cameras were removed and destroyed this week from residential neighborhoods in Portland during nighttime walks.

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Portland, Oregon: To the Barricades – The Red House and the Future of Eviction Defense

Portland, Oregon has been in the headlines again over the last few days, and this trend will continue.  The reasons for the headlines will vary depending on who you ask.  If you ask the far right they will say something about Antifa terrorists having violent confrontations with the police because they hate law and order.  The mainstream media’s headlines will also tend to lead with the so-called violent clashes, but then they may inform us that the reasons for the confrontation have to do with folks trying to prevent the eviction of a Black and indigenous family that has lived in the Red House at 4406 North Mississippi for multiple generations.

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Militant Defense Against Eviction and Police in Portland

Portland. OR. Militants in Portland, Oregon attacked pigs with rocks, sprayed fire extinguishers at them, and damaged police vehicles in defense of a Black and Indigenous family threatened by eviction.

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#Portland, #Oregon: Monument to Genocide Toppled and Defaced on #Thanksgiving Eve

Portland. OR. Occupied Chinook land. Thanksgiving Eve. A few days earlier, Indigenous anarchist comrades had put out a public call for a night of decentralized attack against symbols of colonialism for the night before Thanksgiving day. For one group of anarchist troublemakers, one target in particular came to mind.

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Trans Day of Rage Reportback — #Portland, #OR, Nov. 20

Portland. Oregon. On November 20th for trans day of rage, a call was spread underground through the community to meet in the Hollywood neighborhood, a gentrified area far from downtown, which has gone relatively unaffected from the past months of protesting. Another action was being promoted publicly for downtown portland which shifted the focus of the pigs and gave us cover.

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#Portland, #Oregon: Why We Break All The Windows

Portland. OR. There has been much debate in recent months weighing the efficacy of various protests tactics. Dividing lines between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ protesters have been drawn by those wishing to control the actions of others, certain that they alone are the righteous arbiters of appropriate expressions of anger at the system of oppression forced on the people by law enforcement, the government, and their neo-fascist lackeys.

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