Copyright 2013. Raging Grannies Eugene. All Rights Reserved.
Raging Grannies work for peace, social justice, and economic equality, through song and humor. Politically conscious, but non-partisan, we write our own satirical lyrics to old familiar tunes, and perform whenever and wherever our message needs to be heard.
First United Methodist Church
1376 Olive Street, Eugene
Friday, May 8th
1:00 - 2:00 pm, chapel
Fast Track means that our voices will not be heard and that the Trans Pacific Partnership will be forced through Congress.
(GO TO "About" page to hear our song and read our letter)
LANE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT HEARS ORAL ARGUMENT IN OREGON CLIMATE CASE BROUGHT BY YOUTH
In 2014, Kelsey and Olivia filed a climate change lawsuit against Governor Kitzhaber and the state of Oregon for failing to protect essential natural resources, including the atmosphere, state waters, and coast lines, as required under the public trust doctrine.
On April 7th, 2015, their case was heard before Judge Rasmussen. The courtroom was packed with high school teens who testified during the two-hour hearing while bus loads of elementary school children protested outside the courthouse with their signs and voices.
RAGING GRANNIES EUGENE
SUPPORT IN SONG
OUR YOUTH IN DETERMINING THROUGH THE COURTS
THAT THE ATMOSPHERE
A PUBLIC TRUST RESOURCE
WHAT WILL OUR CHILDRENSAY
IF THEY FOUND OUT WE KNEW
AND DID NOTHING
MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD