The city was met by a crowd of around 50 to 60 people, who had organized an early morning action in hopes that they might prevent the city from clearing the camp, in accordance to CDC guidelines for the COVID-19 pandemic.
We do not know each other, and we’ve never spoken a word to each other, but he often looks sideways at me, too. It seems clear, to me at least, that we’re well aware of our respective affiliations.
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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 […]
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Local activists with Decriminalize Homelessness and Stop Death On The Streets, among others, then helped to move tents and belongings out of the exclusion zone while a work crew from the city cleaned up everything left behind.
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