They dismantled our camps. They tortured us any way they legally could. They spread us out, left us isolated.
But they didn't get rid of the occupation. We're still here, loving, and occupying, and LIVING. We're. Still. Here.
They tried to bury us. They didn't know we were seeds.
I'm still here, I'm with you, every single person that ever lent a hand to the camp, held the line with us, did dishes with us, painted signs, got harassed.
I love you.
And I'm still here.

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OrgSpace is a social media instance on the Mastodon network built by, and for, community organizers. We believe social media is a critical tool for political education, relationship building, mobilizing folks; however, facebook, twitter and other mainstream networks have opted time and again for profit and commercializing personal data regardless of the consequences.

Mastodon is a decentralized, but federated network. This means that when you join, you get to interact with everyone you choose to on the wider Mastodon network; but you also get to see locally scoped content (from this instance) and help build a network particularly focused on building community and organizing those around us against oppressive systems and towards a society rooted in equity and global justice.

Setting up this instance has been a project of PDX Outreach for Justice, but we want this to be a global network of organizers and welcome moderators, admins, and engineers, and others who would be interested in contributing and shaping this process

Special thanks for the custom emoji:

  • @[email protected] for all the incredible custom flan emojis!
  • joint by Ian Ransley from the Noun Project