PARK(ing) Day PDX Reclaims the Streets: VIDEO

Last Friday was a day in Portland a little unlike any other. PARK(ing) Day grew out of the actions of Rebar in San Francisco almost a decade ago as a way to inform and inspire what our urban streetscape can look and function like through direct action of engaged citizens. Each year on September 20th,… Continue reading PARK(ing) Day PDX Reclaims the Streets: VIDEO

PARK(ing) Day to Liberate PDX Streetscape

Cars kill. We all know this. Whether you’re a capital-driven transit oriented developer or an anarchist despising motor vehicles as technology raping the planet, the automobile is the most lethal killer outside of diet-induced illness in the United States. Even the NRA rightfully will agree on this point. Beyond the lethality of the automobile, cars┬ákill… Continue reading PARK(ing) Day to Liberate PDX Streetscape