Led by people of color, immigrants and refugees, rural communities, and people experiencing poverty, we work across Oregon to build a unified intercultural movement for justice.
Through leadership development and community organizing, we provide the organizational base for participatory democracy, just communities and a fair economy.
OHEA MEND THE GAP REPORT Why Full Coverage Makes Sense for Oregon Although Oregon has made great progress in recent years in extending health insurance coverage to its people, the job is not done. The Issue: Here in Oregon, 383,000 … Continue reading
Oregon Action joins our partners at Urban League, APANO, Oregon AFL-CIO, Center for Intercultural Organizing (CIO) and other civil rights and racial justice leaders in demanding action on the monitoring of Oregonians based on their use of the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag … Continue reading
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MEDIA ADVISORY November 10, 2015 CONTACT: Kay Brooks – 541-566-1823 email@example.com Michelle Glass – 541-292-8201 firstname.lastname@example.org Students, elected leaders, and community members will gather this Thursday in Ashland to discuss the impacts of rising college costs and growing student … Continue reading
It is important that Attorney General Rosenblum hear your voices about the impact of profiling on our communities, as the Work Group will make recommendations to the legislature.