A Tribute to Dorli Rainey

Courage & Grace Under Fire

After the pepper spray incident: "This is what democracy looks like. It certainly left an impression on the people who rode the No. 1 bus home with me. In the women’s movement there were signs which said: “Screw us and we multiply.”"

The following report in the Capital Hill Times shows the difference in how the Seattle police are now dealing with protests and protesters.  One activist believes it is because of how the police were shamed by what happened to Dorli Rainey last November.  » read more

July 6th, 2012

Posted In: News About Dorli, The Pepper Spray Incident

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Original Post | January 2012

Spotlight on Josh Trujillo

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Josh, thanks for taking part in the interview. Please tell us a little bit about yourself, and how you came across this situation.  » read more

January 31st, 2012

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On November 15, 2011, Dorli Rainey, an 84 year old veteran activist for progressive causes, was pepper sprayed on her way to a downtown meeting.  Ms. Rainey and explained what happened to Seattle’s alt-weekly The Stranger:

Something funny happened on my way to a transportation meeting in Northgate.  » read more

November 16th, 2011

Posted In: Dori's Writings & Opinions, The Pepper Spray Incident

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