Join us on Friday, October 10th to celebrate a monumental year for LGBT equality and to honor those who played a significant role in the work to make 2014 one for the history books.
Basic Rights Oregon is one of thirty five state-based LGBTQ organizations standing in solidarity with the families and all those fighting for justice in Ferguson, MO.
The inspiring and moving annual celebration motivated attendees to continue working together to build community and bring about equality.
The Health Evidence Review Commission (HERC) voted today to approve the coverage of medically necessary healthcare for Transgender people in the Oregon Health Plan.
Program Director Nico Quintana joined more than 250 trans advocates and allies in Washington, DC for the National Center for Transgender Equality’s 2014 Transgender Lobby Day and policy conference.
Join leaders across Oregon in communities of color in speaking out. If you would like to share your support for LGBT families of color please contact Khalil@basicrights.org by August 21st!
Read more about our post-marriage work: achieving not only legal equality, but lived equality.
Our Families member, Christian Baeff, shares his story about how Safe Roads affects him and others at the intersections of multiple identities.
Everyone needs a safe way to get to school, work and church, which is why we stand firmly with our community to support the Oregon Safe Roads Act slated to be on the November ballot.