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.
Individuals seeking resources and answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the Oregon Health Plan coverage, click or download this link: OHP FAQ for Individuals.
Basic Rights Oregon and Q Center will convene a community committee to determine the future of Q Center following significant leadership changes.
Welcome to Basic Rights Oregon’s Vote Equality Guide to pro-equality candidates. These are our endorsements for the 2014 General Election. Electing pro-equality candidates to public office across the state is now more important than ever. Following our historic marriage victory, we have the momentum to build political power, defend the progress we have made, and […]
Basic Rights’ Racial Justice & Alliance Building Organizer Lakia Davis reflects on her time in Ferguson this past August with questions from our community.
Basic Rights Oregon stands in solidarity with Michael Brown’s family and the people of #Ferguson. #justiceforall #blacklivesmatter
As a community, Basic Rights Oregon built on our incredible marriage victory and brought our voices, values, time and energy to the election in a big way this year.