blm activism 2020, uspol, orpol, pdx, police brutality, donation recommendation, street medics
Rosehip Medics have been working almost 2 months straight to help injured protesters in Portland. if you can spare a few bucks, please toss them in here.
portland: these are free at outlet, go pick some up and plaster your neighborhood https://www.outletpdx.com
goth dinner complete (food pic)
It’s a black lentil dal situation with roasted cauli and black rice
While the government argues about "means testing", it's inspiring to see groups like @pdxcovid19mutualaid helping people directly in this time of crisis. I'm lucky enough to have a stable job for the time being. Just kicked these folks some $$, if you or someone you know is in a similar position please spread the word! https://www.gofundme.com/f/pdx-covid19-mutual-aid-network-fundraiser?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=m_pd+share-sheet
Hi all we are a mutual aid network in Portland, Oregon that has been organized to provide mutual aid during the Covid-19 pandemic.
We are partnered with:
Montavilla Emergency Warming Shelter
Oregon Food Bank
Portland Fruit Tree Project
Portland Street Medicine
Rosehip Medic Collective
St Johns Food Share
dinner at ex boss house
Enzo (age 9) wanted us to use sushi leftovers to craft a jack-o-lantern. Here’s mine, it’s a tiny onigiri inside with sweet potato / nori / asparagus.
health, parents +
And my mom is spending her time drawing and making jelly from apples my parents find on walks. They sent us some and it’s so good. Also she’s going to speak on a panel of laryngectomee patients. She’s great at talking with her electrolarynx and I think her docs want to show off how resilient she is :)
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