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Oregon Fair Trade Campaign invites folks in Portland to the Global Justice Committee meeting — a committee of Portland Jobs with Justice. At this meeting, trade-agreement politics will be a focus, so, take up working with us on this plus global solidarity broadly.
Wed., March 27 from 7 to 9pm at 2701 SE 14th Ave, Portland
NOTE: This is typically a monthly meeting on fourth Wednesdays.
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