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We believe that when all of Oregon's Latinx working families — from farmworkers to young folks — have stronger political power, we can collectively improve their well-being and increase prosperity for all.

Support PCUN


We believe that when all of Oregon's Latinx working families — from farmworkers to young folks — have stronger political power, we can collectively improve their well-being and increase prosperity for all.

WHAT IS PCUN?

 

Our mission is to empower farmworkers and working Latinx families in Oregon by building community, increasing Latinx representation in elections, and policy advocacy on both the national and state levels.

 

PCUN values the ability for workers to take action against exploitation and all of its effects, and continues to build an agenda that strengthens workers rights by creating safer workplaces, advocating for fair wages, and pushing for enough economic security to care for our families. We also value dignity, and respect for all workers, and the “Sí se puede ” spirit of Dolores Huerta, and Cesar Chavez. PCUN was founded by farmworkers, and today that legacy continues. 

 

PCUN is focused on building a stronger voice for all Latinx working families in Oregon, from farmworkers to young folks, so that we can collectively improve their well-being and increase prosperity for all.

 

The growing power of the Latinx workforce, electorate, and population is integral to both our state’s and the nation’s economy and the future of our civic engagement systems, but because of long-standing inequities, Latinx working families are more often marginalized than they are empowered.

 

If we empower and lift up Latinx working families, they will have a stronger voice in the decisions that affect them, and their well being will increase significantly.

Get Involved

PCUN is focused on building a stronger voice for all Latinx working families in Oregon, from farmworkers to young folks, so that we can collectively improve their well-being and increase prosperity for all.

Join us, and help us make sure that Latinx working families have a stronger voice in the decisions that affect them.

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Support Oregon’s Latinx working families

 

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Use your voice, use your resources, Join Us!

 

Membership

We believe in Human rights. We will fight for & with you.

 

LATEST NEWS

 

Announcements, news, in the media, writings, opportunities, and more.

Boletín del mes: Abril 2024

  Felicidades PCUNistas! PCUN cumplió 39 años el domingo 28 de abril de 2024. Mientras celebramos en el Salón Risberg casi 40 décadas de nuestra unión, con bailes aztecas, pasteles, música y, por supuesto, profundas discusiones sobre cómo continuamos construyendo poder para nuestros comunidades- quedó

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PCUN Worker Walkaround Representative Designation Comment

  PCUN Worker Walkaround Representative Designation Comment April 12, 2024 “PCUN supports Federal OSHA adopting these important rules and believes they are a step forward.” Says Reyna Lopez, President and Executive Director of PCUN. The Federal Rule fundamentally enhances OSHA’s capability to conduct thorough inspections

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Boletín del mes: Marzo 2024

  El Mes de los Trabajadores Agrícolas y la Mujer es un conmovedor recordatorio del papel indispensable de las mujeres en las comunidades agrícolas de todo el mundo. A lo largo de la historia, las mujeres han contribuido incansablemente al cultivo y cosecha de cultivos

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