"An injury to one is an injury to all"
Powerful economic and political forces in our society are working hard to divide us. These forces pit neighbor against neighbor, scapegoating communities of color, refugees and immigrants, and the working poor for the problems that they create.
No one deserves to live in poverty. No one deserves to face intimidation or hate in our community due to the color of their skin, their immigration status, their gender identity, or their economic class—and yet we know that working class communities and communities of color across the U.S. are under attack.
As workers and communities, we have the power to fight back and build a movement for social, economic and racial justice in Oregon—when we stand united for dignity and justice for all.
Join us for weekly conversations with our neighbors to build ongoing relationships neighborhood-by-neighborhood in the Rogue Valley. We believe this will lead to a stronger movement for social, economic, and racial justice in our communities. It is our hope that through these conversations, residents will identify next steps such as neighborhood assemblies and community actions which address the unique struggles of each community.
Training and dinner will be provided for all participants. RSVP is required.