On Feb. 19, approximately 100 people, kids, and dogs showed up on both sides of River Rd. in North Eugene for a Black Lives Matter solidarity rally. The rally came after a local resident found a noose made of black rope on their yard waste can on Feb. 13 and their 1972 Volkswagen Type IIIContinue reading “A Day of Solidarity in Eugene and Springfield”
As the days of nationwide Black Lives Matter protests grow, Eugene’s activists continue to face hurdles in organization and opposition, But, they’re finding new ways to educate and mobilize people within the city.
Despite the official Eugene Pride being canceled due to Covid restrictions, those with Pride & Allyship decided otherwise. With Black Trans lives under attack like never before, the Eugene community decided that they could no longer remain silent.