A small farmers market in downtown Eugene is providing a local alternative to food shopping, one that can even be safer during the pandemic.
Lane strongly advocated for slavery and enjoyed killing Native Americans, an Oregon historian says.
Around the world, communities have gathered together to protest, advocate and show support for the anti-racist movement, following the killing of George Floyd. Eugene is no different, with protest groups, celebrations and demands made in order to end police brutality and make the community a safe place for BIPOC.
Thrifters Eduardo Olivares and Harrsion Stevens work together like peanut butter and jelly. Their next step? Take over Eugene.