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    Like A Woman Needs A Bicycle

    by  • January 6, 2014 • Guest, Rebel Portland • 10 Comments

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    Guest post: Meg Brennan is the most kindred of souls. She lives with a cat named Scout and a rabbit named Walter. If you grow close to her, expect to be showered in whiskey and cupcakes. ••I didn’t know I was going to name the bike Barbara Gordon, or if I was really going to like...

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    Protect Portland’s Water for Generations to Come

    by  • November 3, 2013 • Guest, Nature's Trust, Portland Water Trust, Public Trust, Rebel Portland, Sustainable Cities, Water Wars • 0 Comments

    Bull Run

    This is a guest submission from Marie Teasdale, law student at Lewis and Clark, and an author of the Portland Water Trust initiative. Here in Portland, we are lucky to enjoy an impressive array of natural endowments, from beautiful Forest Park to Oaks Bottom wildlife refuge to scenic Mount Hood. We have so many...

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    An Opportunity for Real Change

    by  • November 2, 2013 • Guest, Nature's Trust, Portland Water Trust, Public Trust, Rebel Cities, Rebel Portland, Sustainable Cities, Water Wars • 0 Comments

    Bull Run

    This is a guest submission from Jonah Majure, Chief Petitioner in the Portland Water Trust initiative effort. The events leading up to the city-wide vote on whether or not to fluoridate our city’s water supply reconnected Portlanders with where our exceptional water comes from and how it is managed. Voters on both sides of...

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    An Interview with The Empowered Woman

    by  • October 25, 2013 • Guest • 0 Comments

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    Guest post: Meg Brennan is the most kindred of souls. She lives with a cat named Scout and a rabbit named Walter. If you grow close to her, expect to be showered in whiskey and cupcakes. •• The Empowered Woman has chosen where we will have our interview (“She is choosing the place,” her...

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    Transpecies Adaptation in Technologies of Domination vs. Technologies of Liberation

    by  • August 16, 2013 • Guest • 0 Comments

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    This is a guest submission by Jonathan Brooks Superfluously represented from the annals of antiquity to live-stream channels of modernity, it hardly is a challenge to find instances where ‘technologies of domination’ fulfill the intention of their design, to effectuate oppressive control (over members of ours and other species) for a supposed benefit to...

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    Portland Public Schools Target Teachers

    by  • May 14, 2013 • Austerity, Guest, Rebel Portland, The Shaming Room • 0 Comments

    Photo Credit: Nicole Dungca/The Oregonian

    By Portland Teacher (writing anonymously out of fear of reprisal) Just months after angry parents, students, and teachers forced Portland Public Schools (PPS) officials to back down from closing several neighborhood schools, PPS has found a new target: teachers. Negotiations between the school district and Portland Association of Teachers (PAT) began this month with...

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