My diagnosis, illness, death and final blog post with pdxhrc

I’ve posted about this a few times last week but I feel I should say more about it, especially since I’ve decided to abruptly walk away from organizing with pdxhrc The illness I have causes swelling of my brain and fluid in my skull. The effects are at times worse than others but include psychologicalContinue reading “My diagnosis, illness, death and final blog post with pdxhrc”

Home Camp Journal #1

This will be a ongoing series of posts for anyone interested in progress on our campsite project. We finally made it to the location of what, for now, we are referring to as “Home Camp.” We delayed the project to help out at Laurelhurst Park — which we’re happy to have done, and grateful toContinue reading “Home Camp Journal #1”

City Council Chooses Not To Improve The Lives Of Houseless, again.

Recently Portland City Council set out to introduce new rules concerning where and how houseless citizens of Portland could set up multi-dwelling camps. These types of camps can function as a community where houseless people can better work together to have their needs met and even change their situation for the better. For a littleContinue reading “City Council Chooses Not To Improve The Lives Of Houseless, again.”

City Council Assures Citizens There Will Be No Houseless People Camping In Parks

Mar 26th 2021 Portland city council has been meeting to discuss proposed changes to City laws dealing with shelters and homeless camps. Citizens have expressed concern, while at the same time pretending like they give a shit for our well being, about camps popping up in parks and natural areas. During a city council meetingContinue reading “City Council Assures Citizens There Will Be No Houseless People Camping In Parks”