Legal Immigration path, illustrated


On Boing Boing I read about Reason’s amazing poster they created that comically charts the “legal” path to immigration. Check it out:

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hey campers! special edition post dedicated to pgmc

ah finally. the day has arrived for the portland grassroots media camp (pgmc). it’s a weekend of hands on media workshops and special events aimed at immigrant, activist and community groups. so many great organizations are involved! check out the website for a look at a great list of collaborators. festivities begin tonight and run through the weekend. everything’s free, but of course we could sure use donations. there’s still room in some of the classes so email bolivarianmedia [at] gmail.com or call pcasc at 503 236 7916 to reserve your spot!

friday, august 24: tonight we’ll have a bunch of activities. a few of us who are participating in the camp will appear on portland community media‘s “a growing concern” at 7pm on cable channel 11. at 8pm the opening night party for pgmc at the musicians union hall at 325 ne 20th street (at sandy). and then late night at kboo the first of many many workshops will happen at kboo, set and training to broadcast live music. the culmination of the training will be the randemonium from 11pm- midnight featuring the girl’s rock ‘n roll camp‘s revenants.

saturday, august 25: workshops all day at various locations around town. highlights include blogging, audio production using garage band (this class is in spanish), public records (did you ever wonder how to access government data, legislative records etc?) and write around language from the write around portland folks. then the evening includes a community dinner and discussion at musicians hall catered by las mujeres del brazalete (a group of women who were detained in the del monte ice raids). we’ll eat some yummy food and talk media.

sunday, august 26: workshops all day at various locations around town. highlights include video art for women and queers, setting up a press conference, writing a press release and how to make a portable audio sound system.

come check it out!!