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.
The Civilian Review Board is a committee selected by the Eugene City Council, composed of seven board members, the CRB’s purpose is to be an additional layer of accountability for the police. Their mission is to provide impartial oversight and review of civilian complaints and internal investigations, to ensure that complaints are handled fairly, building trust and confidence, while encouraging community involvement.
In continuing their protest against the University of Oregon for deciding not to renew housing contracts for many graduate fellows during spring term’s finals week, the Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation, or GTFF […]
These are collections from the Double Sided Media photographers. Over the course of the past year, their imagery has painted our stories and we wanted to give them a chance to showcase, […]
Community members raise concerns about corruption and lack of oversight over EPD funding outside of ordinary budget process
This third of a series of Ham Slam Pig Roasts took place at Monroe Park on April 10. When one hears “Ham Slam” it would be completely reasonable to think of grilling […]
THE GATHERING After a brief hiatus, the presence of in-person activism is gaining momentum in Eugene once again. This includes actions by a climate-focused coalition leading a Fossil Free Eugene campaign. The […]
How Eugene Was Lost
How a Dumpster Fire Brought Eugene Together Before Tearing It Apart Again