by people
like you.

We believe that all people have the potential to become leaders and agents of change. Join Unite Oregon and help build a unified, intercultural movement for justice in our state.

Our History
Our Mission


Unite Oregon members come from diverse cultural, ethnic, economic, and religious backgrounds. We’re immigrants, refugees, people of color, U.S.-born citizens, rural Oregonians, LGBTQ folks, workers, students, moms, dads, grandparents and, most importantly, allies in the struggle for social justice. We share a common belief in a multi-racial, multicultural democracy inclusive of all — and the passion to put our beliefs into action. Get to know us more, join us, or support us.

Upcoming events

January 25, 2018 at 7:30 PM - Unite Oregon Washington County - Beaverton , OR

Welcoming the New Year together: Community Potluck 1/25

We want to cordially invite you to our community potluck* on January 25th from 7:30 - 8:30 PM. Come share space and food with other wonderful Washington county members as we reflect on and celebrate the past and set intentions together for the present and future. (*Bring food is encouraged, but not required) 




January 31, 2018 at 6:00 PM - We Are All America Community Forum - Portland, OR

Muslim Ban Forum


Join us at Unite Oregon on Wednesday, January 31st for the We Are All America Community Forum. Learn about the refugee ban, hear stories from impacted Oregonians from immigrant, refugee and Muslim communities, and find out how you can join our fight to protect and welcome all who are seeking refuge from violence, persecution, and climate displacement.

WHAT: We Are All America Community Forum

WHEN: Wednesday, January 31st, 6:00 - 8:30 PM

WHERE: Unite Oregon, 700 N. Killingsworth Street, Portland


Shujat Qalbani, moderator/host - Policy Director at Unite Oregon, Former Judge and Prosecutor

Salah Ansary - Regional Director at Lutheran Community Services NW

Seemab Hussaini - Mulnomah County Organizer at Unite Oregon and Founding Board Member at CAIR-Oregon

Francisco Aguirre - Worker and Immigrants Rights Activist in Portland, Co-Founder Portland Voz Workers Education Project

Testimony from a Refugee Mother



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