Author: anonima

Direct Action & Community Defense Trainings – March & April

Our capacity to resist is directly correlated to our capacity to self-organize on a massive scale. Join us for a training for people who want to develop their ability to take strong collective action in committed groups of people. ABOUT

Bridge to Disaster: Resisting Fracked Gas

Thursday, February 23rd 7:00 – 9:00 pm First Unitarian Church SW 12th & SW Salmon The battle against fossil fuel infrastructure in the Pacific Northwest rages on! In the face of last year’s historic Clean Electricity and Coal Transition Act,

#NoDAPL Medic Bus & Tents

Help build winter shelter for the water protectors at Standing Rock!   We are retrofitting a bus and building some tents to send to folks on the frontlines in North Dakota.  Learn more about and donate to the cause.  If you are

Stop Oil Trains Action – July 23rd

Fossil Fuel Resistance poster. Black oil running down over a picture of a beach with Fossil Fuel Resistance in white lettering.

Action Prep Meeting Sunday, July 17th Venue TBD   Action! Saturday, July 23rd, 11 am Location TBA   The Fossil Fuel Resistance Network (“FERN”) was formed in response to the derailment in Mosier on June 3rd. This self-organizing Network seeks

Twenty-One People Arrested Blockading Oil Train Route in Vancouver, WA

Over 100 people stopped rail traffic by forming a human blockade across the tracks in Vancouver, WA on Saturday, June 18.  Watch a recap video and donate to their legal fund. Organized by the Fossil Fuel Resistance Network in response to

Break Free – May 13th -15th, Anacortes, WA

Portland Rising Tide is mobilizing for Break Free, three days of actions at the Shell & Tesoro refineries in Anacortes, Washington.  Break Free will commence a global wave of mass actions targeting the world’s most dangerous fossil fuel projects. We aim

Jordan Cove LNG Terminal DENIED!

In a rather shocking move, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) denied the permits for the proposed Jordan Cove LNG export facility and accompanying Pacific Connector Pipeline.  Quote FERC: 42. Because the record does not support a finding that the

Support the Berrypickers Union! – March 18th & 19th

Familias Unidas por la Justicia (Families United for Justice) is an independent farmworker union based in Burlington, WA comprised of over 300 farmworker families. For the last three years they have been fighting at Sakuma Bros berry farm with strikes,

Imperialism, Climate Crisis, and Struggle – An evening with Harsha Walia & Luz Rivera – Nov. 14

Sunday, November 8th, 5 to 7 pm Eliot Chapel – First Unitarian Church 1011 SW 12th Avenue “Climate change is the vicious end result of an international class war that started with slavery and imperialism and is now manifest as


Panel Discussion on Two Reckless Liquefied Natural Gas Export Proposals First Unitarian Church of Portland – Fuller Hall1011 SW 12th – between SW Salmon & SW MainOpen 6:30PM. Panel 7:00PM Sponsored by the Climate Action Coalition, 350PDX, Columbia Riverkeeper, 1st