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Corporations have nearly endless money and resources. But the one thing they don’t have is the power of the people! That is why we need you to build this movement!

Are you ready to get involved with Community Rights Lane County (CRLC)? Your participation will help take the organization and the work ahead to the next level.

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Email: [email protected] Call: 541-357-8137

 

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These gatherings advance our community’s work challenging corporate practices that threaten our health, environment and economy.

WHEN: Third Monday of every month from 6:00–8:00 pm WHERE:  First United Methodist Church, 1376 Olive St., Eugene

We come together to:

  • Learn about the latest local and national Community Rights developments
  • Build our region’s Community Rights movement
  • Learn about other campaigns throughout Oregon

 

 “I hope that we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government in a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country.” —Thomas Jefferson, written in 1816


Meet Chris Hedges – Tickets on Sale ONLINE ONLY Now!

Before the free speaking event: Tickets ONLINE only! Meet Chris Hedges from 5pm - 6pm at the Eugene Garden Club, Enjoy Local wine and Hor d'oeuvres-$50,  with a signed copy of his book-$60 Limited number of tickets available - Don't wait! Get Tickets Here ...Read More

Rights of Nature Panel

What if Nature had Rights? Panel Discussion Sept 20th (Thursday), 6:00 – 7:30 pm Many Nations Longhouse, UO (1630 Columbia St.)
  • Cameron LaFollette: Independent Researcher & Author
  • Craig Kauffman: Associate Professor of Poli Sci & Env Studies
  • Chris Maser: Ecologist, Author, International Lecturer & Consultant
Our current laws are simply incapable of stopping the wide-scale environmental destruction that the world is experiencing. Rather than treating nature as property, rights of nature acknowledges that nature in all its life forms has the right to exist, evolve, and flourish. And we, the people, have the legal authority and responsibility to enforce these rights. Join us for a discussion on how such rights are being acknowledged and turned into law worldwide.  We will discuss how we can learn from what’s happening elsewhere to make Rights of Nature a reality here. Learn More Here! ...Read More

Eugene’s Democracy School

We're happy to announce another Eugene Democracy School time and location! → Friday, October 19 @6:00-9:00pm → Saturday, October 20 @9:00am-5:00pm Eugene Garden Club – 1645 High Street (Parking across the street) Please fill out the registration form and send in payment:Loading... You MUST send in payment or pay online in order to save your seat in class! ...Read More

Chris Hedges Oregon Tour

Chris Hedges is coming to Eugene - October 3rd  for 2 separate events: FIRST... Meet Chris Hedges! > 5-6pm @Eugene Garden Club BUY TICKETS HERE. Limited number available, don't wait. $50 to meet Chris, $60 gets you a signed copy of the book. Join us as we enjoy local wine and hor d'oeuvres while schmoozing with members of your community. THEN... After the meet&greet, we'll head on over to FUMC... → @7-8pm > Free Event First United Methodist Church Fundraiser for the Oregon Community Rights Network. Donations Gladly Accepted! Chris Hedges is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, New York Times best selling author, former professor at Princeton University, activist and ordained Presbyterian minister. Author of:  America: The Farewell Tour Event on Facebook ...Read More

Winona LaDuke Saturday, June 2nd

  Join us for this Honor the Earth Fundraiser on June 2nd. Presentation begins at 7pm at the First United Methodist Church. Get there early! ...Read More