The Racial Justice and Alliance Building Program at Basic Rights Oregon is focused on addressing racism, centralizing LGBT people of color in each of our programs, and being an organizational ally to racial justice work.
Peter Molof joined Standing Together nearly six months ago and quickly became a leader within the cohort. I asked Peter to share with us why he does what he does. We can all take a lesson from Peter on how to “let the sun shine in.”
Today, equality advocates in Maine announced plans to put a freedom to marry measure on the ballot. It’s clear that we are inching closer to a tipping point of public support for the freedom to marry.
A coalition of community based organizations presented findings from the 2011 Legislative session, evaluating lawmakers commitment to advancing opportunity and closing disparities affecting Oregonians, particularly Oregonians of color.
We’ll help you plan an effective house party where you can build support for LGBT equality and get more people involved in the work to make equality a reality in Oregon.
The Organizing Director is responsible for building public support for LGBT equality among Oregon’s electorate and alongside our progressive political partners. This includes overseeing the organization’s efforts to build public support for marriage equality.
Trans people in custody are often housed inappropriately and experience varying levels of emotional and physical violence from both officers and inmates. Learn more about some of these stories.
As part of our on-going series profiling members of the Trans Justice Working Group, meet Ray. He explains why this work is so important for future generations.