Segment 1: Technical difficulties at beginning of video, mostly resolved by (0:01:38). Blues performance by man introduced as "John," with segment ending abruptly. Segment 2: More technical difficulties, with interview starting at (0:09:17). Interview with Mike, an Antioch priest who works with the group, IWW (Industrial Workers of the World, commonly referred to as "Wobblies"), who provide job and labor opportunities and enforce welfare and workers rights. Mike discusses the idea of "Unionism," and describes the term "Jackrollers." Later Mike talks about fasting in protest of county budget cuts and raising awareness about wealth disparities, and how county cutbacks are negatively impacting various social service resources. Segment ends abruptly. Segment 3: (0:24:17) Elaine Velazquez interviews man, a former Union Pacific worker and logger, who now receives a pension and lives at the Magnolia Apartments. Interview ends abruptly. Segment 4: (0:28:10) Elaine Velazquez interviews Robert Trout, who lives at the York Hotel at 5th and Burnside street in Portland. Trout talks about the new "drunk law;" an alternative to arresting individuals for intoxication, who are instead taken to detox centers with lessened jail time.