As part of our leadership program for LGBTQ People of Color the Basic Rights Racial Justice team spent the weekend with 11 LGBTQ People of Color leaders together to build relationships; discuss issues that impact LGBTQ People of Color; vision; and plan for the year ahead.
Basic Rights Oregon and Q Center will convene a community committee to determine the future of Q Center following significant leadership changes.
Throwback to last year when Khalil posted this blog helping connect folks to resources in Oregon! We know that holidays and cold seasons can exacerbate an already hard situation so please share these places to get help. We only post resources that are LGBT friendly but for a more comprehensive list, please check out […]
Basic Rights Oregon seeks to add to our Development Team with the addition of an Events Coordinator. Priority deadline: December 15, 2014.
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
Basic Rights Oregon seeks an energetic candidate to serve as Communications Fellow as part of our Communications team beginning in January 2015 through June 2015.
#GivingTuesday will harness the power of social media to create a national moment around the holidays dedicated to giving on Tuesday, December 2nd!
There are lots of ways to support our Racial Justice and Alliance Building program work. Community leader, Our Families cohort member, and volunteer extraordinaire Christian Baeff shares about one of the many ways he gives to Basic Rights Oregon- by hosting a house party!