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Veterans for Peace chapter 72 Invites Portland

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Art Show
Mothers, family members of slain solders

The New Faces
of Fascism!
Daniel Shea


2005 -Dec 7th

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Veterans for Peace Chapter 72
"Vietnam Agent Orange Relief &
Responsibility Campaign"

Where: Portland State University, Multicultural Center, Room 228, Smith Memorial Student Union,
1825 SW Broadway, Portland, OR
When: Thursday, December 7th, 7 pm
Contact: Dan Shea (EWOB) 503.661.1317

Vietnamese Victims of Agent Orange Meet
U.S. Veterans of War in Vietnam
Veterans Vow to Fight for Justice for
Vietnam’s Agent Orange Survivors!


Iraqi Labor Tour 2005
"Community Meeting"

Where: Portland State University’s Smith Memorial Student Union Ballroom, Rm 353
1825 SW Broadway, Portland, OR
When: Wednesday, June 22, 7 pm
Contact: Jean Eilers (AFL-CIO) 503.232.3934
Dan Shea (EWOB) 503.661.1317

Two Iraqi trade union leaders will visit the Portland-Vancouver area to talk to workers, activists, leaders, and everyone in our community.


"The Human Faces of War Project"

The Tribe Gallery, 510 NW Glisan
Sat., April 30, 1-5pm
Opening; Sun, May 1, 1-5pm
First Thursday, May 5, 5-8pm
Sat. and Sun, May 7, 8, 1-5pm
503-736-9136 or 503-235-3455

Sponsors include:
1st Unitarian Church Peace Action Committee; Portland Mennonite Peace, Justice and Environment Committee; Military Families Speak Out; Living Earth Gatherings, Education WithOut Borders and others.



Where: Capuia’s International Restaurant 435 N. Killingsworth, PDX, OR
When: Feb 19, 2005 Saturday 6:00 pm
Contact: Dan Shea - EWOB (503) 661-1317
OB Hill - RMIB (503) 288-9003

Join us for a reading, discussion & book signing by author Dieudonne Mayi


Vertigo Theater Production of
“A Bright Room Called Day”

3430 SE Belmont, Portland OR
Nov. 26th 2004
Contact: 503.306.0870
Tickets: $13 online, $15 at the door


The New Faces of Fascism
Paintings by Daniel Shea
Date: Nov 4th (First Thursday)
Time: 5:00PM
Where: Tribe Theater & Gallery
403 NW 5th Ave, PDX (entrance on 5th & Glisan)
Contact: 503.227.3976

Open Mic:
Sculpting the Spoken Word

Womb Dialectic
Turyia Autry &
Mic Crenshaw:
Spoken Word/HipHop

Walt Curtis: Portland’s Poet, Artist, & Host of KBOO’s “The Talking Earth”

Doug Lain: Science Fiction Writer

Doc Wilson: Musician


Veterans for Peace Benefit
Master-Peace Art Exhibit
Where: Alberta Arts Pavilion
2315 NE Alberta St
Portland, OR 97211
Date: Openned oct 28t and will run to Nov 16th
This show will be getting some television exposure.
Tues 8:30pm ch23
Tues 3:30pm



When: Sunday July 11th 2004
Portland State University Park Blocks
3 to 6PM
Readings, Open Mic, Music, and Movie in Parkway North Commons

Contact: Dan Shea, Education WithOut Borders 503.661.1317

What can you do? Dear Amigos and Amantes de Poetry and Human Rights, help us to organize this Hispanic-Anglo Festival of poetry and music to honor the 1971 Nobel prizewinner from Chile. In April sponsors held a lively poetry gathering at El Centro Milagro and received some international press. This will be even bigger, come and join us, become a co-sponsor, put us in your newsprint calendars, on your web and e-mail announcements, post the event on your website, table at the event, let us know if you have someone who wants to read a Neruda Poem in Spanish, or in any other language.

Sponsors: EWOB, Walt Curtis (poet/artist),

Co-sponsors: Students for Unity, MEChA & Las Mujeres, Association of African


Presented “Word UP!” featuring African American women authors, poets and hip hop artists Rochell Hart and Turiya Autry.


Organized a lecture and fundraiser for Edna Adan Ismail, founder and director of a maternity hospital
in Somaliland, at Portland State University. We also collaborated with the Multi-Cultural committee at
the Veterans Hospital in Portland to feature her as a keynote speaker for one of their events, “Teaching and Healing in Somaliland” in 2002. The Veterans Hospital held a medical textbook drive for EWOB and donated some medical supplies.


Presented “Rock Against Racism” at the PCC Cascade campus, where we provided tabling spaces for several progressive groups including Laughing Horse Bookstore, PCUN, SEIU local 49, IWW, NAACP, In Other Words bookstore, CFA, Blackthorne Collective, APLAN, Jews for Global Justice, the Portland Alliance, and PCC Student Services to reach out to the African American community and other people of color in northeast Portland.


APLAN, Jews for Global Justice, the Portland Alliance, and PCC Student Services to reach out to the African American community and other people of color in northeast Portland.


Dec 7th
PSU Multicultural Center Rm 222 Smith Memorial Student Union
7:00 pm