Join us in Portland on Tuesday, February 17 to learn more about what is happening with LGBT justice work in Oregon and how to get involved with the upcoming legislative session.
To create a more equitable state, Basic Rights Oregon is working with a coalition of economic, racial and social justice organizations on a number of issues that would give more Oregonians a fair shot at economic prosperity.
Basic Rights Oregon worked with the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) to improve the process by which transgender Oregonians are able to change the gender identity marker on their driver’s license.
Greg Raisman has hatched the perfect response to discourage Westboro from coming back—A Protest-A-Thon, where Oregonians can donate to Basic Rights Oregon for every minute or second the Westboro hate group sullies our community.
Basic Rights will seek a ban in Oregon on the cruel practice of conversion therapy for LGBT youth with HB 2307, the Youth Mental Health Protection Act.
Information on the new policy by the Oregon Health Plan making it possible for transgender people to get lifesaving health care.
Basic Rights Oregon is profoundly excited the Oregon Health Plan now includes transgender health care. The new health care policy makes it possible for trans people to get lifesaving health care effective January 1, 2015. For a broad overview of what this means, click or download this link: OHP Fact Sheet.
Basic Rights Oregon stands in solidarity with the Albina Ministerial Alliance Coalition for Justice and Police Reform.