The Lakota Solidarity Project of the Independent Lakota Nation along with Awakening the Horse People offers our gratitude to the Social Justice Action Center for hosting our event and making sure we were comfortable in the space. It’s clear that SJAC can be a strong hub of organizing and education, and we encourage Portland communityContinue reading “Ana Oian Amets, Lakota Solidarity Project”
Kevin speaks about why SJAC is such a valuable resource.
To me, SJAC means exactly what the name says: it’s a centrally-located, easily-accessible space that my community group can use to host meetings, parties, concerts, anything! SJAC means that there are people who affirm in what my group does and who want to offer spaces to meet when truly public space is becoming rarer inContinue reading “Daniel Hong, Strike Debt!”
When KBOO needed a space at the last minute for a staff and volunteer disability justice training, SJAC was readily available and supportive. The kitchen was great for snacks and the room worked well. The folks who founded SJAC have a vision for a space to be used for events and important community-based, movement work. Continue reading “Monica Beemer, KBOO, ex-Sisters of the Road”
Outside the Frame changes how homeless youth see and are seen through film. We host film workshops for homeless youth at social service organizations. The Social Justice Action Center is a perfect place to continue weekly meetings where the young people commune and continue to hone their craft. The SJAC overflows with the positive energyContinue reading “Nili Yosha, Outside the Frame”