Hello all! PIELC (Public Interest Environmental Law Conference) is fast approaching in Eugene, and we want to update with you on ways that you can learn with us AND party with us this year. This week is a great celebration of the intersections of law and the movement for conservation […]
Announcing Spring Online Course: Train the Trainer in Know Your Rights for the Undocumented Community (Bilingual)
CLDC is excited to announce our Spring 2019 online course!
We will be host our first annual "Theater of Dissent" on Thursday, October, 27th. Theater of dissent is a dinner theater/mock trial benefit dinner.
Event is free, open to the public and disability affirmative!
Join your community allies for a discussion about […]
7th Annual Local Harvest Feast For Civil Liberties at Mt. Pisgah.
A panel discussion about the recent raids and subpoenas targeting activists in the Pacific NW
Thursday September 6th 2012 7-9pm
Event is free, open to the public and disability affirmative
Portland, OR 97215-1646
Join your community allies for a discussion about the federal grand jury process and how it is abused […]
A speaking tour about long-term anarchist prisoner support, taking a close look at the cases of Eric McDavid* and Marie Mason. Multimedia presentations about the cases of Eric and Marie! A discussion about long-term anarchist prisoner support! Strategies to build stronger cultures of resistance! Security/culture: v.2012 - now with extra tech! Rockstar guest speakers! Rage and love!
Occupy Eugene, in collaboration with the Civil Liberties Defense Center, presents a multi-week organizer training series for social justice activists. Come learn everything you need to know to be a strategic, confident organizer! Live streaming will allow folks to participate remotely.
Come out and watch a free screening of this amazing documentary “COINTELPRO 101” about the secret and illegal FBI programs spearheaded by J Edgar Hoover that attacked the Puerto Rican Independence movement, Black Liberation movement and many other progressive movements for social change in the 60’s and 70’s. Oregon Jericho will give a presentation about the historical and contemporary manifestations of these programs.