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Jul 15
PDX Car Caravan Protest Wednesday 7/15
PDX Car Caravan Protest - Killingsworth
Jul 15
People’s Coop Hosts Weekly Farmers’ Market
SE Tibbetts St - 20th Ave to 21st Ave - SE Tibbetts St - 20th Ave to 21st Ave
Jul 15
Portland Farmer’s Market at Kenton
N McClellan St Interstate-Brandon - N McClellan St Interstate-Brandon
Jul 16
Animal Rights 2020 National Conference | #ar2020
Hyatt Regency Portland at the Oregon Convention Center - 375 NE Holladay Street
Jul 17
PDX Car Caravan Protest Friday 7/17
PDX Car Caravan Protest - Killingsworth
Jul 18
Hollywood Farmers Market
NE Hancock St - 44th to 45th - NE Hancock St - 44th to 45th

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Jul 12
16th Ave Farmers Market
NE 16th Ave Weidler-Broadway - NE 16th Ave Weidler-Broadway
Jul 12
Oregonians for Peace
Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Jul 11
Woodlawn Farmer’s Market
NE Durham Ave - Dekum St to Madrona St - NE Durham Ave - Dekum St to Madrona St
Jul 11
Hollywood Farmers Market
NE Hancock St - 44th to 45th - NE Hancock St - 44th to 45th
Jul 10
PDX Car Caravan Protest Friday 7/10
PDX Car Caravan Protest - Killingsworth
Jul 08
People’s Coop Hosts Weekly Farmers’ Market
SE Tibbetts St - 20th Ave to 21st Ave - SE Tibbetts St - 20th Ave to 21st Ave

Many of these protests are organized by the Black Lives Matter movement and other anti-racism organizations. Here are some tips to help the demonstrators, even if you are not personally participating in the protests, and to help you learn about anti-racism and systematic prejudice. Search for “Black Lives Matter” or “George Floyd” to see if something is happening near you.

If you do not see a march or protest taking place on a specified date and time, contact the group for more information. Those who want to take action with these protests can join the week of action planned by advocacy groups such as the Black Lives Matter movement.

Over the past decade, we have relied on mobile technology to organize mass protests in several cities simultaneously. The Women’s March, which began as a simple Facebook event and spread to more than 4 million people worldwide, once again illustrates the power of social media to bring people together in large-scale protests against the Trump administration and its policies. Mobile apps such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube have played an important role in supporting protest activities around the world.

While information apps like WeBot can help turn small events like rallies into mass mobilizations, heavy lifting is often done by a personal organizer.
Twitter is a great way to keep up-to-date with upcoming protests and even keep you informed of news about them.

You can search for George Floyd’s protest location by using Twitter to find the location of his protest near you, as well as the date and time of the event. For more suggestions, follow the founders of the Equal Justice Initiative and their Twitter accounts for up-to-date information on their events. You can also follow racial rights activists on Twitter to learn more about events in your area, such as those that follow them on Facebook, Twitter and other social media.

You might even notice popular protest hashtags, which gives you more information, or ask questions if you can’t find the details you’re looking for. Many protest organizers, who often use Twitter to report their concerns, update their timelines regularly, and Twitter is a great way to find out more about your next event near you. Examples of events around me include George Floyd’s protests, and the Equal Justice Initiative protests.

There are various ways to access the Events tab on your Facebook page, but the quickest way to find out what to do is to start on the home page and click on Events on the left side of the page.

Facebook event pages are an easy way for organizers to provide the masses with information about their movement and planned protests. What to do if breaking news forces you to take to the streets : Make sure you set up your location near you.

The tactic was used in the Women’s March on Washington, which quickly went viral and eventually became one of the largest marches in American history.
If you are looking specifically for George Floyd protests, read our new information post on the subject here. Use the Events tab to search for keywords such as “protest” or “march place” and enter the event name.

Marches and protests are taking place across the country, and many progressives are passionately opposed to Trump’s policies and policies. It is now commonplace to take his regularly scheduled life off the streets for work, errands, and at-risk communities and allies. If you feel that politics, laws, or even world leaders need to change, the first step is simple: protest.
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The top story contains photos and videos from the afternoon demonstration, and below you will find more information about the event as well as a list of other events near me. After the march ends at City Hall, more protests will begin, including an end to tensions with counter-demonstrators.

During last weekend’s protests, people were trustworthy, but photos and videos show unmasked participants sometimes standing shoulder to shoulder. Using popular protest hashtags, the rallies called for an easing of restrictions on businesses and consumers.

 

Portland, like cities across the nation, has been gripped nightly by thousands of protesters marching and chanting in outrage over the death of George Floyd.

 

The dramatic protests, which marked their 10th night in Portland Saturday, have continued to shut down the city’s downtown core. Activists have vowed to keep showing up until massive reforms to address police violence and long-standing racism are made.

 

The nationwide and worldwide spread of anti-racist protests following the death of George Floyd have led to calls to defund police departments and take down Confederate statues.

 

Social media tools and apps can help you find protests happening in your area. Protests continue throughout the country and the world as people demonstrate against systemic racism and the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery.

 

Protesters may organize a protest as a way of publicly making their opinions heard in an attempt to influence public opinion or government policy, or they may undertake direct action in an attempt to directly enact desired changes themselves.

 

Thousands of people have flooded Portland’s streets and cities around the world to peacefully protest the May 25 videotaped death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man who was restrained by a Minneapolis police officer with a knee pinned to Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes. Floyd was handcuffed, not resisting and could be heard saying, “I can’t breathe.’’ The officer was charged with second-degree murder, and three other officers who were present and didn’t intervene also face charges of aiding and abetting in the killing.

 

In November 2018, five bridges across the River Thames in London were blockaded as a protest. In April 2019, Extinction Rebellion occupied five prominent sites in central London: Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus, Marble Arch, Waterloo Bridge, and the area around Parliament Square.

 

The anti-fascist protest movement known as antifa gained new prominence in the United States after the white supremacist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, VA, in August 2017. In Charlottesville and at many subsequent events held by white supremacists or right-wing extremists, antifa activists have aggressively confronted what they believe to be authoritarian movements and groups. While most counter-protestors tend to be peaceful, there have been several instances where encounters between antifa and the far-right have turned violent.

 

The chairman of the far-right group Proud Boys told CNN they would keep coming to Portland until Wheeler “does something about antifa.”

 

“He’s gonna call the National Guard, the FBI, all of those people,” Enrique Tarrio said. “We’re gonna keep coming out here until Ted Wheeler does something.”

Police earlier had declared the demonstrations a “civil disturbance” as fistfights broke out

 

Patriot Prayer was founded in 2016 by Joey Gibson. Gibson says he became an activist after seeing a brawl start between supporters of the Trump presidency and counter protesters. Patriot Prayer is a far-right group, part of the Right wing of American politics. It holds rallies in areas known as centers of liberal politics.

 

In Week 1, eleven NFL players joined Kaepernick’s protests. Denver Broncos player Brandon Marshall knelt during the national anthem prior to the start of the Kickoff game, which was broadcast on NBC. The act of kneeling as protest has been referred to as “taking a knee”.

 

The 2020 State of the Union Address was given by the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, on Tuesday, February 4, 2020, at 9 p.m. EST, in the chamber of the United States House of Representatives to the 116th United States Congress.

 

President Donald Trump announced late Friday night that he is rescheduling a rally that was to be held on June 19 — Juneteenth, the holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States — “out of respect for this holiday.”

 

President Donald Trump claimed that his rally on Monday had been attended by “40 to 50,000” people, despite the venue holding fewer than 12,000 people.

 

Trump made the remarks while addressing reporters at the White House Tuesday. Trump compared his rally audience to what he expects to encounter during a planned visit to India at the end of February, which he said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi believes would be attended by “millions.”

 

“What generally happens is they don’t make full restitution,” Rosenberg said. “Whoever receives the visit ends up bearing varying degrees of the expense.”

 

In United States politics, a brokered convention (sometimes referred to as an open convention and closely related to a contested convention) can occur during a presidential election when a political party fails to choose a nominee on the first round of delegate voting at the party’s nominating convention.

 

The purpose of town hall meetings is for local and regional officials to hear the community’s views on public issues. There have been no specific rules or guidelines for holding a town hall meeting. The format of the meetings can vary.

 

The purpose of town hall meetings is for local and regional officials to hear the community’s views on public issues. … Attendees generally present ideas, voice their opinions, ask questions of the public figures, elected officials, or political candidates at the town hall.

 

Click Watch Live TV on CNN.com then select your TV service provider. Enter the username and password you use to access your TV service provider online account. Watch live news coverage and your favorite shows on demand. At home or on the go!

 

There are local channels in some areas, news and nationwide channels all over, and even movie channels if you want to add them to your account. You can watch CNN streaming on Amazon Fire TV devices, Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, mobile devices, and more!

 

All media sponsors selected to host a debate will as a new rule be required to appoint at least one female moderator for each debate, to ensure there will not be a gender-skewed treatment of the candidates and debate topics. 9–11 p.m. 9–11 p.m. 8–10:30 p.m.

 

This is the latest accepted revision, reviewed on 18 May 2020. The 2020 Democratic Party presidential debates took place among candidates in the campaign for the Democratic Party’s nomination for the president of the United States in the 2020 presidential election. There were a total of 29 major Democratic candidates.
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