Raging Grannies Eugene
"OUT OF THE ROCKING CHAIR,
INTO THE FIRE"
JUDGES - "GRANNIES" MARIAH, BARB AND ROUANNA
"SUPER GRANNY" (LINDA) WITH LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD (PEPI)
May 18, 2018 - Raging Grannies Eugene Rehearsal
Video Project Interview by Kelsie B. Evans
Journalism Student at the University of Oregon
"In times of increased political, social, and economic divisiveness, unifying distinct campaigns within the movement for environmental and social justice is essential to promote policies and community action that create a more sustainable coexistence with the planet’s ecological systems. “One Cause, One Voice” is an effort to transcend trivial differences in ideology and superficial rivalries within the environmental movement to increase its collective strength and influence by uniting over common interests. It’s a reminder that a stable climate and clean land, air, and water are necessary to promote the health and welfare of all human beings, regardless of our differences in ideology or culture. “One Cause, One Voice” represents the potential to achieve widespread environmental and social justice through cooperation, collaboration, and mutual support." (PIELC website)
PUBLIC INTEREST ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CONFERENCE - UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
COUNSELORS - "GRANNIES" BETZI, ROBERTA AND MICKI
DECEMBER 3, 2017
JULIA OLSON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND CHIEF LEGAL COUNSEL, OUR CHILDREN'S TRUST WITH "GRANNY" LAURIE, RAGING GRANNY EUGENE ORGANIZER
NOVEMBER 20, 2018 - OUR GIFT TO THE EXTRAORDINARY WORK BEING DONE BY
OUR CHILDREN'S TRUST
Divest the Globe
After the Trump administration’s decision
to exit the Paris climate agreement, many organizations and private citizens decided
to divest their money from banks that
finance pipelines and the fossil fuel industry
as a way to fight back.
Raging Grannies Eugene, Cascadia Action
Network, and 350.Eugene organized a direct
action to pressure REI, whose investments continue to support the fossil fuel industry.
OUR CHILDREN'S TRUST
MISSION, PRINCIPLES, MEET THE YOUTH PLAINTIFFS,
REGISTER GUARD - RAGING GRANNIESINTERVIEW
How to identify people open to evidence about climate change
PORTLAND DANCERS WITH CHOREOGRAPHER "GRANNY" DENISE (red hat).
.My "best" of this year is the Raging Grannies. This group of indomitable, tuneful, passionate, cheerful and funny women appears almost monthly before the Eugene City Council. They use their three minutes in the public forum to inspire us to action dressed in homemade costumes to sing familiar tunes with customized lyrics to meet the issue of the day. They have urged us to ban coal trains, reduce our impact on climate change and divest from US Bank. They represent the best tome of working hard for a better world while enjoying friendship, song, and silliness.
From the frontlines, ideas for progress
EUGENE WEEKLY - DECEMBER 28
SECTION: "I Dream...of THE BEST THINGS ABOUT EUGENE.
QUESTION TO LUCY VINIS, EUGENE MAYOR: BEST COMMENTS AT CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
Monday, February 19, 2018
The Register-Guard - Eugene, Oregon
Nathan âRedâ Showers (left) joins the Raging Grannies in song during a Don't Ban Me: A March for Homeless Rights gathering in downtown Eugene Wednesday evening. The rally, organized by Ward 9: Homeless Neighbors Association called for more resources to help the unhoused, rescinding of dog ban downtown and called for the defense of rights for homeless and poor. (Chris Pietsch/The Register-Guard)(Chris Pietsch/The Register-Guard)
In Granny style, Eugene, Corvallis and Portland presented this years conference theme, "One Cause, One Voice" in song, rap and dance. Video:
THE GIFT AND SEASON OF CREATION
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - EUGENE
SEPTEMBER 24, 2017
December 14th - 12:45 pm
FUMC - CHAPEL
1376 OLIVE STREET, EUGENE
EUGENE CITY COUNCIL
December 10th - 6:15 pm
Harris Hall - 125 East 8th Avenue
'NOT JUST A CASE,
BUT A MOVEMENT'
reads the headline
by John Schwartz
The New York Times
The young plaintiffs, ages 11 - 22, claim that the government's actions, and inaction, in the face of global warming violate their fundamental constitutional right to freedom from deprivation of life, liberty, and property.
The lawsuit seeks a court order that requires the government to develop and implement a national plan that works to drastically reduce carbon emissions. They are striving with the support of Our Children's Trust to have a nation powered by clean energy by mid-century, and they are working hard to stabilize the climate system for the health and safety of all future generations. During the trial the youth will prove that the U.S. Government continues to violate their rights.
HOLIDAY PARTY - DEC 28TH
Manola's, 652 E Broadway, 11:30