New Documentary On Portland Protests

photo credit: Jon Meyer

Think you’ve heard enough about Portland protests? Are you convinced you understand what’s been going on downtown nearly every night for seven months?

According to a new documentary by the nonprofit concert venue, The Old Church, the flash-bang headlines that often make Portland the focus of national news don’t tell the whole story. Not even half.

 photo credit: Cameron Browne

The documentary “Tipping Point” will stream live for 48 hours, Monday and Tuesday November 16-17, delving into one of the longest street demonstrations in U.S. history. Teasing out the threads of who’s involved and why, the film reflects the individual stories of Portlanders on the ground.

Note: Register here for a free link to view the documentary.

Culture Hub PDX will preview “Tipping Point” in Episode 4, with host Veronica Bisesti, guest co-host Rebecca Webb and special guest Julianne Johnson-Weiss, who is on the boards of both The Old Church and Portland Radio Project.

The Culture Hub PDX podcast is broadcast on occasional Sundays, 4:00 pm, at 99.1 FM locally, and streaming online worldwide with support from Beneficial State Bank. A few days after the broadcast, the latest episode will be available on demand in the PRP Podcast Co-op, on iTunes and other podcast platforms.




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