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Communities Fight Back Against Fracking and Pipelines

Lafayette, Colorado City Council Member, Merrily Mazza joins us in three locations around Oregon.

Tuesday, May 22nd – Medford Public Library @6pm

Wednesday, May 23rd – North Bend Public Library @6pm

Thurs, May 24th – Eugene First United Methodist Church @7pm

You Haven’t Missed a Thing!

Originally posted on communityrightslanecounty.org :

Did you know we strive to record every presentation that we sponsor/co-sponsor? We know people are busy and might not have the time drop everything for our schedule. So we’ve compiled our videos into one place for your easy viewing. You can always hover over the Resources tab and you’ll find our link to the Audio/Visual page, where you’ll find strong presenters such as Winona LaDuke, Mari Margill and local UO professor Craig Kauffman.

Learn more about the effects of Corporate Rights on communities around the world, Rights of Nature inserted into constitutions and Community Rights work in general all on one page! Grab a cup of tea and wrap yourself in a warm blanket and learn more!

Michelle Holman explains Community Rights before Jacqueline Patterson’s presentation…



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Coming this Month…

Originally posted on communityrightslanecounty.org :

We have a lot of great presentations coming your way, and did I hear someone say Campaign? Don’t miss this month’s Community Rights Action as we have so many things to talk about. And we just can’t get enough of Chuck Willer! We are also thrilled to have Evaggelos Vallianatos, author of Poison Spring: The Secret History of Pollution and the EPA, speaking not only on our PIELC panel, but several times along the coast! Don’t miss the action!

But First…

Thursday Feb. 15th
7:00pm

Lillis Hall 182
UO Campus

 

 


And then…

 

We’re due to hear from the judge any day now. We’ll be discussing the possibility of running a successful campaign.

 

 

 


And one more time…

He’s educating citizens on a different aspect of forestry, one that is very tied to aerial spraying. Don’t miss another chance to see the Director of the Coast Range Association…

Chuck Willer in Cottage Grove
WHEN: Tuesday, Feb. 27th @7pm
WHERE: The Healing Matrix

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CRLC at PIELC

Originally posted on communityrightslanecounty.org :

We’ve got a panel at this year’s Public Interest Environmental Law Conference! There’s also a Rights of Nature panel – don’t miss out!

The art of chemical warfare: Oregon community democracy vs. industrial timber and state government in the battle to end aerial spraying 

Friday, March 2 – 3:50 p.m.-5:05 p.m.
Law room 142.
Sponsored by Community Rights Lane County

The aerial spraying of toxic pesticides is part of Oregon’s logging legacy. This panel will discuss the challenges communities have faced in their efforts to protect people and ecosystems from aerial spraying, as well as the state’s role in providing legal protection.

From Carol Van Strum’s efforts against the federal government in the 80s and the widespread corruption in the EPA, to the community rights movement of the last five years, the panel will discuss the ups and downs of the battle to abolish aerial spraying. Panelists will highlight the lengths that corporations and government have taken to stop local democracy.

Panelists:

  • Rio Davidson – Lincoln County Community Rights
  • TBA member of Community Rights Lane County
  • Evaggelos Vallianatos EPA whistle blower and author of Poison Spring
  • Carol Van Strum author of Bitter Fog and chief person behind the Poison Papers

Nature has Rights: The Right to Exist, Evolve, and Flourish

Sunday, March 4th, 9:00 am to 10:15 am
Many Nations Longhouse
Sponsored by RoN-Community Rights Lane County and Oregon Community Rights Network
Does a wolf have a right to survive because it runs, breathes, and values its family (the pack)? Does a forest have a right to exist, thrive, and flourish solely because it is a living entity? Does nature have rights? According to our political and legal systems, it does not.
Laws and governments were not designed to recognize or respect the natural world. Rather they define it as property to be extracted and consumed for profit. That is at the heart of the damage being done to our planet, and until it changes, any idea of protecting Mother Earth is an illusion.
Fortunately, Rights of Nature are starting to be acknowledged and enacted as law. From Ecuador to the United States, to Nepal, and New Zealand; Tribal nations, communities, activists, indigenous peoples, and governments throughout the world are advancing Rights of Nature initiatives.
This panel will talk about the Rights of Nature and what’s being done to get our political and economic systems to recognize them.
Panelists:

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