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.

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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

December 13, 2018 at 6:00 PM - Unite Oregon - Portland, OR

Multnomah County Chapter Volunteer Night

Volunteers are the heart of our organizing. That's why we're excited to present our Multnomah County Volunteer Night on December 13th, 2018 for opportunities to make a difference in Immigrant and Social Justice movements! We will be covering many needs to filled, such as Voter Registrations of New Citizens, Pro Immigrant and Social Justice Campaign Mobilizations, Leadership Development and Retreat Volunteers, event planning and much more.

Want to find out how you can join the movement for immigrant and refugee justice? Join us for this volunteer orientation!


January 07, 2019 at 6:00 PM - Unite Oregon Multnomah County Office - Portland, OR

Hate Crimes Listening Session with Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum

Hate-motivated crimes are a growing phenomenon in Oregon. As a member of the Attorney General’s Hate Crimes task force examining a review of our state’s current hate crimes laws and a member of the Portland United Against Hate Coalition, Unite Oregon will support and lobby for a Hate Crimes bill that better reflects the current needs for protections of our communities. Please join us to share your story about how you have faced hate-motivated incidents or been a victim of profiling. 


Latest Updates

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REPORT: Talent, Oregon, Housing Survey Collection and HB 2004 Campaign

In a wide-ranging project started last year, Unite Oregon surveyed 300 households throughout the Rogue Valley about housing conditions and affordability. We know that the... Read more
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