Community Resilience Action Brigade (CRAB)

Working to make the Eugene/Springfield community more resilient and prepared for disasters. Not by buying things but by building community connections.

This project is on hold for now. If anyone is interested in working on this please contact us!

 

Recent News

Gender-variance around the world

At every full collective gathering we acknowledge that we live in a society founded on stolen land and stolen lives. Someone researches and presents a relevant topic and then we take a moment of silence to reflect. We share the research here for others as well. As the transgender community […]

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Accessibility Survey

We want to make sure involvement in NAC is as accessible as possible so we’ve made a survey to collect feedback. Please take a minute to let us know how you experience NAC, how we’re doing on accessibility, and where we could improve. We want to hear from everyone! Whether you’re really […]

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Eugene Chapter of the Black Panther Party

At every full collective gathering we acknowledge that we live in a society founded on stolen land and stolen lives. Someone researches and presents a relevant topic and then we take a moment of silence to reflect. We share the research here for others as well. The Black Panther Party […]

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Prison Strike and Solitary Confinement

At every full collective gathering we acknowledge that we live in a society founded on stolen land and stolen lives. Someone researches and presents a relevant topic and then we take a moment of silence to reflect. We share the research here for others as well. With the nationwide prison […]

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Indian Residential Schools

At every full collective gathering we acknowledge that we live in a society founded on stolen land and stolen lives. Someone researches and presents a relevant topic and then we take a moment of silence to reflect. We share the research here for others as well. The american colonial machine […]

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Louisiana Colonization

At every full collective gathering we acknowledge that we live in a society founded on stolen land and stolen lives. Someone researches and presents a relevant topic and then we take a moment of silence to reflect. We share the research here for others as well. The Louisiana Indians are […]

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HAY!!!  Come to our Market

There are many things one may want to do to celebrate International Workers’ Day this year. Perhaps, you could creatively resist local manifestations of multi-national corporations, join a black bloc, or just let spontaneity decide how you’ll impact the world around you. Who knows? The day awaits.  Whatever you do, […]

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A Successful March Share Fair!

A Successful March Share Fair!

With burritos on the grill, soft cello in the background, hanging string lights, and a warm atmosphere, the Neighborhood Anarchist Collective kicked off its second Share Fair in a successful attempt to make this a new monthly recurring event in Eugene. Along with an increase in helping hands from volunteers […]

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US Prison/Slave Labor

US Prison/Slave Labor

At every full collective gathering we acknowledge that we live in a society founded on stolen land and stolen lives. Someone researches and presents a relevant topic and then we take a moment of silence to reflect. We share the research here for others as well. Prison labor is legalized […]

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U.S. Imperialism in Central America

At every full collective gathering we acknowledge that we live in a society founded on stolen land and stolen lives. Someone researches and presents a relevant topic and then we take a moment of silence to reflect. We share the research here for others as well: The majority of relations […]

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