Worker Outreach and Organizing using direct organizing tactics, such as visiting work-sites, distributing leaflets, Know Your Rights Training’s, Referrals to services, and holding house meetings and marches.
Four Radio Programs on 98.3 FM Radio Poder with the slogan “La Voz del Pueblo” (The Voice of the People) – a high powered radio station reaching 350K people in the Mid-Willamette Valley. While this program is no longer housed at PCUN. We run and sponsor La Hora Oaxaquena, La Hora de La Voz del Pueblo, Justicia Ambiental, and La Hora Michoacana.
- System’s Change and Grassroots Policy Advocacy we change policy on the state and national levels. We advocate for pro-farmworker, and pro-immigrant policy in the state legislature, as well as in congress. PCUN also pushes for change through the circuit and supreme courts – while developing grassroots activists to lead change.
Healthy Workplaces These projects involve national and statewide collaboration around issues such as documenting pesticide exposure, controlling pesticide use, educating workers on safer practices, raid resistance, and combating workplace sexual harassment and sexual assault (especially victimizing farmworker women from indigenous communities). PCUN also organizes trainings, and healing circles based on our cultural connections to support workers in our vision to build empowered and thriving communities.
Representation Matters! We build a voice for Latinx immigrant families by ensuring Latinx voters turnout for BIPOC candidates and issues that fight for “si se puede” values, dignity, and respect. We believe civic engagement can increase prosperity for immigrants, and people of color across the state. We believe in the power of the people, and in democracy.