April 18, 2013

Portland Central America Solidarity Committee - News and Events for April 17, 2013

Between people there are no borders. ¡Que viva la solidaridad!

Want to help shape the future of PCASC and build a strong organization for the important work we do? We are looking for new board members. Please contact craig@pcasc.net for more information.

PCASC Internships! Interested in lending your skills to the movement? Check out the PCASC internships and apply today!


Sat, April 20th
Train the Trainers- Let's Stop the TPP
2:00-4:00 pm @ Oregon Fair Trade Campaign's office 
(310 SW 4th Ave, 4th Floor in the Conference Room)

Are you ready to help expose the next corporate power grab? Then attend the coalition building workshop/strategy session to oppose the Trans-Pacific PartnershipDetails here.

Sat, April 20th
Deadline for Submissions to ¡MUROS ABAJO! / WALLS DOWN! Calling all artists! We invite you to submit work that breaks WALLS DOWN, surpasses political boundaries, reflects on our diversity and our power to resist, highlights autonomous resistance movements, and introduces a vision of a world we struggle for.  Details here.

Mon, April 22nd
Portland's Worst Polluters Ride: Earth Day Edition

2 pm @ Holladay Park (NE 11th Ave and Multnomah) This year, we will turn Earth Day into a day of action against those who would destroy the planet for short term profit! Details here.

Mon, April 22nd
A Fresh Start to Change Everything: Nepal's Revolution
7 pm @  Red and Black Cafe (400 SE 12th)
In January, revolutionary journalists from the Kasama Project traveled to Nepal. Their presentation will tell the story of Nepal’s revolution, the current situation there, feature video and photos from their journey. Details here.

Tues, April 23rd
Pack the Courtroom for Genevieve, Itztli, and Dustin!
8:45 am @ Multnomah County Courthouse
The Portland Police and Multnomah County Sheriff are pressing charges against members of our movement. We need your support more than ever. Details here.

Tues, April 23rd
Climate Justice and Tar Sands Blockade Workshop
7 pm @ Laughing Horse Book and Film Collective (12 NE 10 Ave)
This workshop will go explore the concept of climate justice through the work of the Tar Sands Blockade, which was initiated in part by Rising Tide North Texas. Details he

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