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CELEBRATE- Buy tickets here ($40)! 

Ten years ago, PCUN made history by creating Oregon’s first union-operated and Latino community radio station—KPCN-LP Radio Movimiento “La Voz del Pueblo.”

Radio Movimiento is exponentially expanding the diversity of voices participating in the Latino media in the Woodburn area. They include youth, indigenous people speaking their own language, women, workers, plus progressive leaders from local Latino communities and across Latin America. The majority of the listeners are labor workers, housewives, high school students, kids and adults. Our frequency covers 300 square miles around Woodburn, but you can also hear us just about anywhere via internet.

Today Radio Movimiento continues with its mission of raise consciousness, educate, and entertain the community. Since our beginnings we’ve been mainly supported by volunteers who want to make a difference in the community.

Arturo Rodriguez (UFW President) and Samuel Orozco (Radio Bilingue) will headline our celebration. Please join us for this important milestone. Thank you.

Ramon Ramirez-President of PCUN

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Current Sponsors









Center for Latin@ Studies and Engagement


















Farmworker Housing Development Corporation

Highet Law LLC

Lara Media

Moda Health

Oregon Center for Public Policy

Silverton Health

University of Oregon Center for Latino/a Latin American Studies

University of Oregon Wayne Morse Center

University of Oregon Labor and Education Research Center

Meet las Meras Meras of PCUN

Photos for thought, Edicion febrero

Meet las Meras Meras (head honchas) of PCUN…


Meet Carmen and Fabiola. Carmen is currently mobilizing our community to end wage theft in Oregon and Fabiola is the Programs Director for our  radio station Radio Movimiento.

Community event to promote the Woodburn School’s Bond. We came up 37 votes shy last month! With you help, the result will be different this coming May.

Radio Movimiento — KPCN

Radio Movimiento has 20 programs, operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, a total of 49 hours of live programming. We have programs that offer information to the Latino community on current events, such as, local, national and international politics, immigration, health, education, and culture.

Here’s our current schedule:

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For more infomation visit KPCN-LP Radio Movimiento’s website here

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Creation of Radio Movimiento

In August of 2006, the Prometheus Radio Project joined with PCUNn to build a Low Power FM community radio station, Radio Movimiento (Radio Movement), from the ground up in just one weekend. This “Radio Barnraising” was made possible with the help of hundreds of volunteers, and included dozens of skill-sharing sessions on building and running a radio station.