Students for Unity presents

The 3rd Annual Law & Disorder Conference

April 6-8th 2012

Portland State University
Smith Memorial Student Union

Program and schedule to be available soon!

Event info and updates available:

This conference calls for people, movements, organizations and collectives to present alternative accounts to the political dimensions of civic engagement, mutual aid and revolution as they relate to economics, politics, invention, technology, work, artistic and cultural production, the body, pedagogy and social change.

The conference promises to create a provocative space for critical dialogue between activists, revolutionaries, educators, artists, musicians, scholars, dancers, actors and writers.

The conference invites panels and workshop on all aspects of social change from the revolutionary to the academic.


Dylcia Pagan, Former Puerto Rican Political Prisoner
Captive Genders: Eric Stanely, Dean Spade, Ralowe Ampu, Vikki Law
Insurgent Theater, Interactive Prison Abolition Theater Collective
Paulette D’auteuil, The Jericho Movement
Lauren Regan, Civil Liberties Defense Center
Scott Crow, Common Ground Collective
Lauren Ornales, Food Empowerment Project
Critical Resistance, Grassroots Prison Abolition Organization
PM Press
Civil Liberties Defense Center
Decolonize PDX
Rose City Copwatch
Oregon Jericho
NW Jericho Coalition
PDX Leonard Peltier Defense Offense Committee
Portland Rising Tide
Prison Activist Resource Center
Cascadia Earth First
Portland Animal Defense League
Portland Industrial Workers of the World
Rosehip Medic Collective
Bmedia Collective
Institute for Anarchist Studies
Students for Unity
Students United for Palestinian Equal Rights
Portland Central America Solidarity Committee
Redbird Prison Abolition
Insurgent Theater
Portland Books to Prisoners
Committee to Connect the Dots

Free, open to the public and disability affirmative

Safer Space

For tabling information please email the organizers at:

Food Provided By Enjoni Cafe
Partially funded by PSU Speakers Board
Flyer designed by Erik Drooker