"I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed 1000 more if only they knew they were slaves."
"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
HRC IS VIOLATING OPEN PUBLIC MEETING LAWS
Joe Anybody - Portland Human
Rights Meeting Violations
The HRC is in public meeting
violation and the paid staff of the HRC is neglecting the public. This unexceptable communication practice has been going
on for many months in this Equity department https://youtu.be/PR6W7Ul6nYs
Since his homicide by Portland police, the community monthly held a vigil at the site
of the killing, demanding Justice for Keaton Otis.
This is the fifth annual memorial for Keaton.
It also honors his father, Fred Bryant, who passed away in 2013.
see Amanda Fritz reply to me: click this link above, its not a good reply either!
11.5.14 my request for a door on Men's room is on the "HRC follow up (Requests) agenda" and was being followed up by contacting
the city parks department by HRCommissioner Sam Sacs.
9.3.14 - I Report again (2nd
time) to The Human Rights Commission regarding No Door on men's
restroom in Portland park
9.1.14- NO REPAIRS CITY FAILS to ACT
5.24.14- NO REPAIRS & TARP HAS BEEN REMOVED
FROM DOOR- TOILET USERS EXPOSED TO PUBLIC CONTINUES
4.17.14 - NO
REPAIRS -&- TARP ON DOOR HAS NOW BEEN REMOVED AGAIN?
2/17/14- No Door = No Dignity
on men's restroom
in a Portland city park
2.5.14- I Report to the Human Rights Commission
Door on men's restroom in Portland park
minute video) A
report by Joe Anybody to the HRC (Human Rights Commission) in Portland
regarding the NO DOOR on a bathroom in the park. For over 10 years there
has been no door on park bathroom in Portland Oregon at Lownsdale Park. My
first request to (both) Amanda Fritz and to the City Parks was blown off with a
shallow reply back that was unacceptable and shameful so I have now informed
the Equity / HRC department in this short clip and by email.
In September 2014 Facebook kicked me off their website for using the
name Joe Anybody
will not provide all my personal information just to use their social media website I am refusing to give up my privacy and
now am no longer on Facecrack.
They are DATA mining, compiling
massive personal information, and using facial recognizing and other tools. Their
collections of peoples friends, pictures, and information is not safe or trusted in the Facebook Corporation hands. The analytical
use of your information is in hands that shouldn't be trusted nor can they be trusted.... "Screw Facebook!"
Goodbye Facebook! ~joe
The Emperor's New Clothes [Trailer]
A Russell Brand & Michael Winterbottom film
https://youtu.be/U4Geq8dM13k (2.min 30.sec video)
This footage is an excerpt from "Chasing Ice," an award-winning documentary on climate change. On May 28, 2008,
Adam LeWinter and director Jeff Orlowski filmed a historic breakup at the Ilulissat Glacier in western Greenland. The calving
event lasted 75 minutes, and the glacier retreated a full mile across a calving face three miles wide. The height of the ice
is about 3,000 feet — 300 to 400 feet above water, with the rest below water.
To find out more about the film visit
Any conduct (typically along lines of institutionalized power and
privilege) that demeans, marginalizes, rejects, threatens or harms any living being on the basis of ability, activist experience,
age, class/income level, cultural background, education, ethnicity, gender, immigration status, language, nationality, physical
appearance, race, religion, self-expression, sexual orientation, species, status as a parent or other such factors. Oppressive
behavior comes in a wide variety of forms, from seemingly harmless jokes to threats of violence, from interrupting to verbal
abuse, from unwanted touching to rape, from hitting to murder. Some forms are more extreme and irreparable than others, but
all are unacceptable under this difination in which I adhere to.
Phone interview with ACLU legal director Harvey Grossman as he reacts to
the recent Supreme Court ruling. Content edited for time.
Jason MeisnerTribune reporter - 7:44
p.m. CST, November
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an
appeal of a controversial Illinois law prohibiting people from recording police officers on the job. By passing on the issue, the justices left in place a federal appeals court ruling that found that
the state's anti-eavesdropping law violates free-speech rights when used against people who audiotape police officers.....(more)