Copyright 2013. Raging Grannies Eugene. All Rights Reserved.

Our Mission

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.






REHEARSAL


First United Methodist Church

1376 Olive Street, Eugene

Friday, April 3rd

1:00 - 2:00 pm - Chapel





"CHANGING CURRENTS"


A boisterous group of Raging Grannies from Eugene and Corvallis lit up the EMU Ballroom at the University of Oregon with their creative and humorous protest songs at the 33rd Annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC) on March 6th.  Dressed in wild hats and singing cautionary tales about the dangers of LNG pipelines in Oregon, the Grannies engaged in protest theater and creative acts of disruption to inform and educate those attending.


The local Eugene and Corvallis Grannies are part of the larger Oregon coalition fighting the proposed Jordon Cove LNG terminal in Coos Bay and the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline that threatens people, wildlife, water, and land across the entire southern part of the State.  As one Grannie said:  this proposed terminal, whoever decided on the name, 'terminal' - as in 'close to death', were right on the money and even more in danger of falling than us Grannies.  Why?  Because they have no canes, and they can't seem to look any further than their own deep pockets."  She continues by saying:  "these poor muddled folks need a grandmother!"

RAGING GRANNIES EUGENE



SLOGAN



Out of the Rocking

Chair, and Into the Fire!





   Raging Grannies Eugene



WHAT WILL OUR CHILDRENSAY



IF THEY FOUND OUT WE KNEW

AND DID NOTHING



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