In times of crisis people often turn to faith and, with the crisis that is mass shootings, elementary massacres, and domestic terrorism, it is to no one’s surprise that Eugenians and the […]
Eugene Community Unites for March for Our Lives, Again, as American Patriots Society Member Surveils Crowd
The Eugene community unified on June 11 for the “March for Our Lives” event following the Robb Elementary School massacre in Uvalde, Texas where 21 people were killed, including 19 children between […]
“It’s important to share the stories from all folks fighting for human rights, regardless of their backgrounds, jobs, race, or color of skin. Human rights are for everyone.”
The letter–which is cosigned by groups such as the Eugene-Springfield NAACP, Sunrise Eugene, Cascadia Wildlands, and the Cascadia Action Network–calls on the city to both prohibit the installation of new natural gas hookups in Eugene and prevent future construction of fossil fuel infrastructure.
In short, this attempt at meaningful police reform in Eugene is following playbooks that have yet to produce meaningful reform.
For the first time since “The Uprising” over police violence began, Eugene’s activists and local officials gathered together to create a plan for reforming police policy in the city.