Monday, October 18, 2010

Speaking Truth to Power Since 1981

The Portland Alliance

The Portland Alliance:  
P.O. Box 14162 Portland, OR 97293
Production office in Beaverton: 
6935 SW Merry Lane (97008)  Archives on SE Alder. 
For questions, comments, or suggestions for this site, please contact the webperson at

Current Activities and Meetings
about NAAME and The Portland Alliance:  Everyone is invited!

Wednesday, October 20, The third Wednesday 

5:45pm to 8pm  This 

Editorial Committee Meeting takes place at the Belmont Library Meeting Room for the convenience of those who do not live near our Beaverton production office.  

Belmont LibraryBelmont Library  Location, phone
  • 1038 S.E. César E. Chávez Blvd. (S.E. 39th Avenue)
  • Portland, OR 97214
  • 503.988.5382
  • Location map
  • TriMet: Find a bus  

Hours 5:45pm to 8pm 
(or come in at 5:30 to setup chairs) 

We will discuss material for the October thru December Issues and consider modification to layout, new articles, and ideas for future editions. 
We will also do the work:  editing, copy editing, etc. 

We will consider new submissions on this date. This is an open community meeting. 
Please join us! For more information contact

Coming up in November!

Joe Hill Night! Come out to support Alternative Media!

November 19th,
will be Joe Hill night,
The Portland Alliance
and the Northwest Alliance
for Alternative Media
& Education.
(NAAME) a 501C3
Oregon Nonprofit

We plan to commemorate when Joe was executed on a bogus murder
charge by the state of Utah in 1915.  The location will be Clementine's
at 510 NE 28th (at Glisan), General Strike will play and we will find
someone to headline 
the show.  We hope it will be Citizens Band of
Olympia, Please start spreading the word about the show so we can
raise enough money to get the paper moving again. 
Stress what a good cause it is to all your friends, 
In solidarity, Howard Rotstein,
Distribution Committee of The Portland Alliance

Everyone is invited to hear some great music and enjoy the company of good-hearted, creative, inventive, and imaginative sorts who feel that Speaking Truth to Power is regenerative, revitalizing,  and redemptive.  Good hearted people from across the community support us: writers, readers, artists, sponsors, photographers, journalists, editors, columnists, researchers, designers, teachers, students, learners, inventors, philosophers, partners, and others.  Our supporters, subscribers, advertisers, and readers care about preserving TPA: a noble institution for investigative journalism and progressive conversations.  The Paper has Portland Roots going back to the sixties, and September 2010
was The Portland Alliance and NAAME non-profit's 29th Anniversary! 
We cannot let our voices be dismissed during this time of corporate overreach. We print real news, essential journalism, critical research, and important information for progressive communities.  If you live and love Portland life, and embrace peace, justice, freedom, and civic-engagement... join us to celebrate the next 29 years!  Food will be available and copies of the Alliance will be provided along with with tabling space for our partners 

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