Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Nov 27 2014 05:09
Here is a detailed look at the recent Mike Brown Solidarity Action in Portland, Oregon, and how it can play into long-term organizing and housing justice.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Sep 28 2014 05:02
Miranda and the Portland Solidarity Network announce victory in their most recent tenant campaign, and look to the future of organizing in the working class neighborhoods of the city.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Aug 27 2014 19:25
Miranda has decided enough is enough and is joining with the Portland Solidarity Network to demand the money she is owed from her former landlord.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Aug 7 2014 04:21
Known as a wonderful radical community space in Portland, Oregon, the Red & Black Cafe has also been an important resource for Portland's houseless community. Now they are in danger of losing their building, so they need our collective help!
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Jun 25 2014 18:30
How can revolutionary organizations approach struggles in coherent and complimentary ways? The "sector strategy" may be a way of targeting a movement from multiple directions to see a vision through.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Jun 13 2014 00:23
The Portland Solidarity Network uses escalation campaigns and direct action to target housing and workplace issues, and now they are expanding out into the working class neighborhoods of Portland's outer east side.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on May 14 2014 06:55
Alicia Jackson, long-time Portland, Oregon eviction resister is finally seeing the confrontation with the banks coming to a head. Here is the story about how the community came together almost immediately to form an eviction defense when the danger was imminent.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on May 6 2014 22:52
A look at 2014's Portland May Day march, and how to to make it a useful tool in organizing.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Apr 30 2014 01:32
When it comes to fighting the crisis of austerity cuts and financial recession, we need to focus on how to build fighting communities rather than simply reacting to the attacks.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Mar 5 2014 04:45
Here is a brief look at the Portland Solidarity Network and their Don't Shop Fubonn campaign.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Dec 12 2013 19:44
Direct action is at the center of the housing justice, but what do we need to see a movement that is fully realized and can target housing-for-profit at its very core?
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Dec 5 2013 18:02
As the fast food strikes heat up, there are a lot of reasons housing justice activists should come out to support them.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Nov 14 2013 22:28
No matter how you have come to the conclusion that we need community control over land and housing, we have to actually organize if we are going to get there.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Nov 6 2013 23:21
Democratic socialists are always on the edges of libertarian communist debate, and with elections in our rear view its important to find a way to counter their logic.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Nov 1 2013 06:45
Portland Solidarity Network is entering a new phase of their wage theft campaign, and with this trying to present a new way of approaching labor and housing.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Oct 22 2013 22:56
We may not like to admit it, but we have to raise money to make our organizations function.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Oct 18 2013 22:52
When organizing around foreclosure defense, it is usually best to stick to what you know.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Sep 6 2013 00:41
An Eviction Free Zone may look great on paper, but it will only be transformative if it sees evictions as a symptom of something deeper.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Sep 5 2013 07:47
A video of the Housing is a Human Right march and rally that challenged the City of Rochester and pushed the housing justice movement even further.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Jul 21 2013 07:46
While many people's experience with organized religion has lead them to be critical, these are still the largest organized non-commercial entities in the world. Here is a look at the how and why of drawing in churches to organized housing resistance and justice work, as well as an entire range as we shift to a larger anti-austerity movement.