people places politics: a tour of portland’s activist history

People Places Politics:
A Tour of Portland’s Activist History

Saturday, April 21, 1PM-5M
Price: $12
Purchase tickets here.

Board the bus for an afternoon ride through more than 100 years of Portland activism, including the fight for woman suffrage, civil rights, transportation activism, protection of the environment and much more. Guest speakers include Rep. Lew Frederick, Jan Dilg, Joe Uris and Meeky Blizzard, as well as an inside look at the files of the infamous “red squad,” a branch of the Portland’s Police Bureau who infiltrated various social movements.

This program is in collaboration with Rebooting Democracy 2012.

Image credit: Roger Peet

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