Tag: Black Lives Matter

Stories from the Front Lines: Trauma In The Streets

Tiffany McGuire, like many of us, found her life thrown into a state of flux when the pandemic hit. Before the spread of COVID-19 mandated shut downs and stay at home orders, she worked in film production as well as performing and producing stand-up comedy. She’s maintained a solid community through comedy, however, and her […]

Oregon Police Departments’ Dangerous Double Standard

A look at two incidents in the past month that highlight Oregon police departments’ glaring tendency to brutally attack and arrest protesters of racial inequality while ignoring blatant violence from the Alt Right including pointing guns at people, macing people, and beating people. Here are some first hand accounts, photos, and videos of the protests […]

Stories from the Front Lines: Interview with Yenta

Videos of police lines advancing down Portland streets toward protesters, against a backdrop of tear gas and flash bangs, have been emerging from Black Lives Matter protests since late May. It looks more like a scene out of The Hunger Games than a night in one of America’s reputedly most liberal cities. The videos, photographs, […]

Eugene Protest July 25, 2020

The following firsthand account comes from one of our trusted contributors who wishes to remain anonymous for their safety. It has been lightly edited for typos and inclusion of sources when applicable. “Last night, at the federal courthouse in Eugene, a large protest took place. When I arrived there appeared to be several hundred people […]

Concerning ‘Arrests’ Nationwide

As of July 17th, reports began pouring in about protesters in Portland, Oregon being taken by unidentified federal agents, blindfolded, forced into unmarked vans, detained without their rights being read, and without probable cause. This news is deeply disturbing to many, as not only is it a direct violation of citizen’s Constitutional rights, but many […]