Basic Rights’ Racial Justice & Alliance Building Organizer Lakia Davis reflects on her time in Ferguson this past August with questions from our community.
News: Racial Justice
Basic Rights Oregon stands in solidarity with Michael Brown’s family and the people of #Ferguson. #justiceforall #blacklivesmatter
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!
We hope you join Basic Rights Oregon in our work for trans and racial justice this Halloween by committing to not reinforcing discriminatory attitudes!
“I believe in fairness, justice, and dignity for all people. It’s important for all of us to stand up for and be visible in our support for each other.” -June Arima Schumann
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.
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.