“I think this is about as close as you’re going to get,” said Eugene Police Chief Chris Skinner when referring to whether the incident could be considered a “mass shooting.” On Jan. […]
This week has been a difficult one for many reasons. The holiday season is always a busy time or year, and, usually, bells can be heard as one travels around town running […]
A Community Mourns, The System Continues: Lane County Residents Light a Path to Hope and Reconciliation.
Photo-Editorial of one community mourning two losses and institutional austerity As fall ends and winter rises, Lane County residents with candles in hand lit up the dark night in remembrance of lives […]
Oakland, California’s POOR Magazine Hosts ‘Homefulness’ Workshop, Member of Stop The Sweeps Arrested
On Nov. 15, POOR Magazine—a California-based indigenous, working-class, and “people-led” media collective—held workshops at two of Eugene’s houseless camps. The workshops centered around “homefulness,” or “the homeless solution to homelessness,” as said […]
On Nov. 8, members of ASFCME Local 1724 and their allies held a rally at Kesey Square over unfair wages and job security. Management is expected to receive a 5.6% wage increase […]
The report acknowledges that “the struggles of 2020”–meaning the pandemic, economic anxiety, civil unrest, and all that political street fighting–likely contributed to the rise in hate and bias crimes last year.
I’m going to be frank — what the fuck?!
Saying goodbye–a real, tearful, honest, final goodbye–is one of the hardest things to do.
After their home was targeted in another hate crime, Xia Wang and Ben Christensen received an outpouring of support and strength from the community. Over the course of two days, neighbors, friends, […]
On Friday morning, the house of two local and outspoken civil rights advocates—Xia Wang and Ben Christensen— was vandalized, again. This was the fourth time it has been targeted according to the couple who believe that these are hate crimes.