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While assisted suicide is legal in only three states, the story of 29-year-old Brittany Maynard, who moved to Oregon so she could legally end her own life, has brought the issue back into the national spotlight. NewsHour Weekend’s Stephen Fee reports on how this renewed debate may affect end-of-life care and the momentum for the assisted suicide movement.

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16mm Portland (OR) Civil Rights KOIN News Pull - MI# 07523 (R3)

March 1970 – July 1972; 16 mm, reversal, magnetic audio. For reference/educational purposes only. From KOIN Collection. Please contact OHS Moving Image Department with questions or permissions.

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3/11/1970 Albina Survey; r results of survey of community on Blanchard’s plan for the 70’s revealed, canvas taken by human relations committee of PFT. 2 to 1 objected to 25% ceiling on black students proposed by Blanchard. Peggy Plosser, co-chairman of committee says survey showed 2 outstanding reactions. Frank Fair of teachers also speaks.

4/8/1970 Black Panthers; February shooting resulted in 4 organizations appearing before the City Council. They want to reopen the investigation into the shooting of 19 year old Albert Lee Williams at the Black Panther headquarters.

5/19/1970 Albina Rally; rally in Unthank Park, thought to be memorial service for recent shooting deaths of 8 southern blacks. Gathering to today memorial birthday of Malcolm X. Phil McLauren, director of Black Studies at PSU talks “need to get it together to challenge whites.

6/6/1970 Albina Clean Up; Oregon Army National Guard, Albina Ministerial Alliance and youngsters in Albina area joined forces to clean up the area. Company C, 141st support battalion in Portland and engineers from Tillamook. Father Gordon dickey paid 1 cent for every glass bottle taken to St. Andrew playfield.

7/21/1970 Portland City Council; briefed today on six-million dollar urban renewal project in vicinity of Emanuel Hospital.

9/4/1970 Shooting; Portland Black Panthers say they will impose a curfew in Albina following the shooting death of black man last night. 23 year-old Clarence Debnam died shots of phone booth where he was standing when shot.

9/12/1970 Albina Legal Aid Clinic (could be in 9/11); free legal aid clinic opened doors in Albina area. Located at 2509 N Williams Ave, Jay Folberg, Supervising attorney for the Albina Legal Aid Service was organizer & discussed the program.

9/22/1970 Albina; R.L. Anderson and Tom Wilson says there is conspiracy to put any outspoken Albina citizen involved in the Model Cities program behind bars. Anderson & Wilson named Schrunk and city council as perpetrators of the conspiracy.

7/29/1970 Emanuel Hospital; Portland Development Commission legal counsel, Oliver Norville tells city council the 6.3 million dollar project had approval of the planning commission and model cities citizen’s board. Lloyd Anderson asked why 3 planning said needed zoning suggestion. Tom Walsh says 3,000 person’s on waiting list for public housing & renewal project could add to problem.

10/21/1970 Emanuel Hospital; council chambers filled to capacity by member of Junior League who made up 1/2 of audience, members of Emanuel displaced persons assoc. said were concerned about being relocated with dignity & without financial loss. Mrs. Leo Warren, chairman of group presented council with 2 positions.

12/2/1970 Emanuel Hospital; group representing displaced persons in the path of Emanuel Hospital urban renewal project have successfully thrown a protesting wrench into the progress of plan. Emanuel Displaced Person’s Assoc. is 3 months old & organized by Robert Nelson of American Friends Service, summarized feeling of fear, afraid of increased mortgage payments. Attorney Holman Barnes says PDC failed to meet minority group assistance.

7/31/1972 Black Caucus; Fledgling Black Caucus moved deeper into the state’s political arena today with announcement of Oregon Black Agenda. Document is result of political convention. Lee Brown & John Toran talk.
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Oregon Murderer Chris Harper Mercer – Black Lives Matter Supporter – Wanted to Kill White People – 844-292-1318 Oregon legal aid

Oregon Murderer Chris Harper Mercer - Black Lives Matter Supporter - Wanted to Kill White People

Let the lies begin, Oregon shooter: Gunman identified as 26-year-old Chris Harper Mercer – Black Lives Matter Supporter – wanted to kill White people, Obama blames gun control.

Media refuses to call him black man or racist.

Here is link to Part 2 after I have more information:

WAKE UP PEOPLE – drugs are outlawed and they are every where, killing is outlawed and people are killed every day, the Gov does not enforce laws they only want more laws. Guns are an object like cars, drugs, or planes, they do not kill things, people who use them wrong are the issue. If Gov can’t tell you they can keep you safe, what good are they.

Liberals will make this about a good crisis to get more laws and money so they can claim that will fix this, meanwhile Obama has stirred up this racial hate and conflict and now wants to claim he can fix it with more laws. STOP DRINKING THE KOOL AID.

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Justice Denied: The Courts in Crisis? – 844-292-1318 Oregon legal aid

November 30, 2012
Speaker(s): Chief Justice Balmer ; Former Chief Justice De Muniz
What does a healthy state court system look like and how do we sustain one? Chief Justice Tom Balmer and retiring Justice Paul De Muniz will discuss the present and future of Oregon’s state courts. Between them, these speakers represent more than 30 years on the state’s appellate courts and another 30-plus years of private practice and government service. With an eye toward the 2013 legislative session, the justices will discuss the role of the courts and the risks of underfunding, the condition of the physical courts, progress toward electronic filing and record-keeping, court staffing, judicial and staff compensation, and funding for legal aid.

Chief Justice Thomas Balmer was elected by his colleagues as Oregon’s 43rd Chief Justice and began service on May 1, 2012. He was first appointed to the Supreme Court by Governor John Kitzhaber in 2001; he was elected in 2002 and re-elected in 2008. He practiced with the Portland law firm of Ater Wynne LLP and its predecessor firm, Lindsay, Hart, Neil & Weigler, and also served as Managing Partner. Chief Justice Balmer has participated in various international legal programs, including lecturing on judicial ethics in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, under the auspices of the United Nations; working with judges and schools on law-related education in Zagreb, Croatia; and speaking to judges and court administrators through the Russian-American Rule of Law Consortium.

The Honorable Paul J. De Muniz was elected to the Oregon Supreme Court in 2000 and served as the court’s Chief Justice and administrative head of the Oregon Judicial Department from January 2006 to May 2012. Justice De Muniz speaks frequently to both national and international audiences on the importance of maintaining independent state judiciaries, improving state court administration and the need for adequate state court funding. Prior to ascending to the bench, Justice De Muniz was in private practice for 13 years with the Salem, Oregon, law firm of Garrett, Seideman, Hemann, Robertson and De Muniz P.C., where he specialized in complex criminal and civil litigation, as well as appeals. Justice De Muniz’s work has been recognized with a number of state and national awards, including the Oregon Hispanic Bar Association’s Paul J. De Muniz Professionalism Award, and the Edwin J. Peterson Racial Reconcilliation Award. Cowgirl Attorney Karen Thompson tells you how to figure out if you have drunk more than your legal limit of .08 and are at risk for a criminal DUI charge,

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DUI Free Legal Help #3- What Is “Driving Under The Influence?” – 844-292-1318 Oregon legal aid

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Legal Guardianship

This video provides a basic overview of legal guardianship including the tasks a legal guardian may perform, the requirements to become a legal guardian and legal guardianship vs child custody.

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In this video, three former SALC clients share their stories about how they came to St. Andrew Legal Clinic, the help they received from SALC attorneys, and how that assistance has helped them.

St. Andrew Legal Clinic helps bridge the gap for families who do not qualify for Legal Aid and can not afford to hire a private attorney. As a result of the legal representation that SALC provides, families have increased financial security, stay off of welfare and are overall more productive members of our society. And more children also grow up in positive and safe environments as a result of SALC’s intervention.

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