Join Oregon PSR and our community partners for these upcoming events:

  • Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 04:30 PM
    Oregon Sierra Club in Portland, OR

    PCEF Signature Gathering Training and Kit Distribution

    Join us to pickup signature gathering materials and get trained on the fundamentals of signature gathering for the Portland Clean Energy Fund. The training will include information on rules for petition circulators, do's and don'ts, and opportunities to sign up for a signature gathering shift at events and fairs around town. 

    This training will launch to the Eagles Game at the Moda Center! This is a great opportunity to collect signatures with others. 

    Trained volunteers: meet you at Moda Center at 5:30!

     

    See the PCEF website for more Signature Gatherer Trainings and for a list of events where groups will collect signatures!

  • Saturday, May 26, 2018 at 09:30 AM
    Oregon Sierra Club in Portland, OR

    PCEF Signature Gathering Training and Kit Distribution


    Join us to pickup signature gathering materials and get trained on the fundamentals of signature gathering for the Portland Clean Energy Fund. The training will include information on rules for petition circulators, do's and don'ts, and opportunities to sign up for a signature gathering shift at events and fairs around town.
      

     

    See the PCEF website for more Signature Gatherer Trainings and for a list of events where groups will collect signatures!

  • Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 07:30 PM

    For a better, safer tomorrow: Is nuclear disarmament better than nuclear non-proliferation?

    "For a better, safer tomorrow: Is nuclear disarmament better than nuclear non-proliferation?" is the title of a symposium, being organized by the Association for Communal Harmonyat 7:30 p.m., on Tuesday, May 29, in the Lounge Upstairs, at St. Mark Lutheran Church, 790 Marion Street NE, (Corner of Marion &Winter), in Salem, OregonAdmission is free and open to public.

    Cosponsored by Oregon PeaceWorks, United Nations Association-Salem, & Fellowship of Reconciliation-SalemLinus Pauling Veterans for Peace and Corvallis Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, it features Dr. A. H. Nayyar as the main presenter, and Kelly Campbell and Dr. Linda Richards as panelists.

    Dr. A. H. Nayyar is a prominent physicist from Pakistan. He was honored by the American Physical Society, with its Joseph A. Burton Award, in 2010. He is a member of the International Panel on Fissile Materials (an independent group of arms-control experts from seventeen countries), and has been an Associate Member of the Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy. Since 1998, he has been a visiting researcher in the Program on Science and Global Security, at Princeton University, Princeton. New Jersey. Also he has been active in international and South Asian peace movements.

    Kelly Campbell is the Executive Director of Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility. She has more than twenty years of experience in peace, justice and environmental health organizing. Before joining Oregon PSR in 2009, She served as the Portland Area Peace Program Director for the American Friends Service Committee and was a founding Co-director of September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, an organization that has been nominated three times for the Nobel Peace Prize. Kelly served on the steering committee of the national coalition United for Peace and Justice and worked in the as Communications Director for Pesticide Action Network North America, and as Campaign Coordinator for the statewide coalition, Californians for Pesticide Reform.

    Dr. Linda M. Richards has studied nuclear history, human rights, environmental justice and nonviolence for over thirty years, teaching in the streets and the classroom. She has a Ph. D. in History of Science and teaches full-time at OSU's School of History, Philosophy and Religion. Her current book project is Human Rights and Nuclear Wrongs. She is co-principal investigator on a National Science Foundation grant "Reconstructing Nuclear Environments and the Downwinder's Case.” In 2018 she was honored to receive Oregon State University's Phyllis S. Lee Award for her dedication to social justice and nonviolence on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. 

  • Saturday, June 02, 2018 at 07:00 PM

    Winona LaDuke in Eugene

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    Join our partners at 350 Eugene at a benefit for Honor the Earth, featuring Winona LaDuke:

    "Native people are in a pivotal position in this time...(and) are able to be essential agents of change... " [www.honorearth.org]

    [Honor the Earth's mission is] ...to create awareness and support for Native environmental issues and to develop needed financial and political resources for the survival of sustainable Native communities. (Honorearth.org)

    Power is in the earth; it is in your relationship to the earth. - Winona LaDuke

    Winona is known for her work on tribal land claims and preservation, fighting pipelines and creating bold opportunities for Indigenous people to lead the way to a land-based, sacred and sustainable economy that respects the Earth. She ran for Vice President with Green Party Presidential candidate Ralph Nader in 1996 and 2000 and is a sought after speaker worldwide, and is executive director of Honor the Earth.

    Doors open at 6:30 pm. Program begins at 7:00 pm. Winona will give a 40 minute presentation, followed by Q & A.
    $10 - $20 (sliding scale).

    Please help us spread the word and join us for an unforgettable evening. RSVP on the Facebook Event