Early in the day an announcement goes out that the Kinney family, residents of the Red House, have negotiated with the city to remove the barricades around the house in exchange for a moratorium on their eviction.
‼️‼️‼️— safePDX (@safe_pdx) December 13, 2020
All available people: you are needed at Red House right now!
The family has negotiated with the city to take down the barriers on North Mississippi. In exchange the police will not raid the home or enforce trespass while the family is negotiating getting their home back.
The Red House calls on volunteers to come help clear the barricades.
IT'S TRUE!!!— Nerd At The Press Table 🏁🐍 (@MacSmiff) December 13, 2020
We're taking the barricades down. Get your ass down to Red House and let's clean it up!!
Clear the street and keep the camp as negotiations continue. That's the word!
Finally made it back to the Red House today, things are moving very quickly. The streets are almost entirely clear, lots of effort being put into deconstruction and recycling whatever materials they can. pic.twitter.com/FNuOU0slXo— Brian Conley (@BaghdadBrian) December 14, 2020
I just got back from the Red House eviction barricade breakdown and clean up. Some before and after pictures here: pic.twitter.com/38dpqDINtN— Robert Evans (The Only Robert Evans) (@IwriteOK) December 14, 2020
Protesters scrub graffiti off buildings in the eviction defense zone, preparing to leave by Monday evening. pic.twitter.com/GhFHaTlA1q— Melissa “Claudio” Lewis (@Claudio_Report) December 14, 2020
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- Robert Evans
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