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pcasc general Archive
Join PCASC for our 4th Annual Brunch on Sunday, June 23rd.
The event featured the talent of both local and international artists and literally included a wall that PCASC members constructed to symbolize those we build on our borders and in between our communities.
The recent resurgence of Zapatista actions and communiques inspire solidarity that transcends physical borders and cultural differences. Two local voices express in different ways and different languages one important message--you are not alone.
CALLING ALL ARTISTS: At a time when we are bombarded by media misinformation that plays on our fears, it is important to create space to tell our stories. We invite you to submit work that breaks WALLS DOWN, surpasses political boundaries, reflects on our diversity and our power to resist, highlights autonomous resistance movements, and introduces a vision of a world we struggle for.
Independent cities run entirely by the business class? They’re in the making in Honduras, where President Porfirio Lobo Sosa has proposed the creation of autonomous, nondemocratic, privatized metropolises, or “Ayn-Randias,” as University of Missouri-Kansas City economist William Black calls them.
If Jorge Parra lives to see the Portland Auto Show being held from January 24th through the 27th, he will have passed his 65th day on a hunger strike in support of the Association of Injured Workers and Ex-Workers of General Motors-Colmotores (ASOTRECOL).
PCASC highlights the darker side of Wells Fargo's history with our own personal tour and art installation at the Wells Fargo Museum in downtown Portland.
Take advantage of this opportunity to be part of a movements organizing for a just and sustainable future and to embrace the notion that between people there are no borders.