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"March for Justice System Reform and Equity in Education"
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March for Justice System Reform and Equity in Education

On October 10, 2020, the group We Gone Be Alright held a rally and march in North Portland for Justice System Reform and Equity in Education. Field Coordinator PC Peri recorded the rally at Columbia Park and interviewed people at the end of the march in McCoy Park. Speakers and participants present many varied and interesting viewpoints about race, justice and education which are rarely covered by nightly news reporters, who only seems to be interested in murder and mayhem. Participants include members of J.U.I.C.E. (Justice, Unity, Integrity, Community, and Equality), the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, local activists and even some Utahans who drove to Portland just for the event.

This show was produced/edited by Barb Greene with editing assistance from Dan Handelman.

Streaming made possible by a generous individual.

Part 1 (28:29):

For your information, the chapter breaks we assigned for this video are:

Part 1:

  1. 0:00: Opening Credits
  2. 1:15: People gathering in Columbia Park
  3. 4:02: Welcome- Anthony Blake, We Gone Be Alright9
  4. 8:31: Racism in schools- Dre Miller, J.U.I.C.E.
  5. 11:17: Funding for education and police- Anthony Blake
  6. 14:01: Experiences with police- Charlie, Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
  7. 19:05: Disciplinary system in school and justice-
      representative, We Gone Be Alright
  8. 21:15: March to McCoy Park
  9. 22:10: Interview with people from Utah and St. Louis about racism
  10. 26:30: Interview continues- why are people racist? / End Credits
You can use these times to find a particular section if you want to jump to a certain portion of the show.

Part 2 (28:29):

For your information, the chapter breaks we assigned for this video are:

Part 2:

  1. 0:00: Opening Credits
  2. 1:15: Interview- driving while Black,
      school to prison pipeline, funding priorities
  3. 6:05: Dre Miller- Demanding change, Black Panthers, the Election, Proud Boys
  4. 14:32: Dre Miller- Re-allocating funds
  5. 16:28: Interview- economics, healthcare, meaningful work
  6. 22:47: Interview continues- organizing, privilege, collectives
  7. 26:57: End credits

The whole show (VB #118.10&11) is available for a donation of $11 (DVD/VHS) plus $4 postage and is streaming on line at our full shows You Tube channel.

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