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Photos for thought, edicion mayo
After 20 years, the Woodburn School Bond finally passes. About time! The difference this time around? How about the 3,000 doors we knocked on! Read about it here.
David Lopez (back middle), a Woodburn native who is now the General Counsel of the U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission comes back home after 30 years. David recently won a historic victory in the Supreme Court and was pictured in this New York Times article.
Javier Lara, part owner of Garcia Farms and former PCUN staff. We have a two-year union contract with Garcia Farms. Reply back if you’re interested in purchasing strawberries.
Photos for thought, Edicion abril
Are these a sign of things to come…You better believe it!
We’ve launched our GOTV efforts to pass the Woodburn School Bond. We came up short 37 votes last year. We will prevail this time! Text or call 503-302-6549 if you want to be part of history.
Congressman Luis Gutierrez visits our movement in Woodburn and delivers two key messages: (1) “DAPA/DACA will prevail!” (2) “Congress, fix immigration now!”
Photos for thought, Edicion marzo
Check out these first time experiences!
Meet our newest union member Edgar (back left) pictured with Representative Joe Gallegos (HD30) and other PCUN staff. Edgar was lobbying to assure farmworkers are included in paid sick leave. This was his first time lobbying and first time visiting the Oregon Capitol.
Youth leaders from our sister organization Latinos Unidos Siempre with Oregon’s Governor Kate Brown. The youth took part in the Governor’s signing of the Proclamation of the Cesar Chavez Day for Community Service. First time visiting the capitol for most of them too!
Members of the Oregon Coalition to Stop Wage Theft. The coalition is working to pass the Fair Wage Recovery Act.
Photos for thought, Edicion enero
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This is Cesar on his first-ever trip to the Oregon Capitol. When we we win a minimum wage increase, let’s make sure farmworkers and youth are not left out!
Señor Matadamas, one of many Woodburn residents who volunteer as radio hosts on La Voz del Pueblo, Radio Movimiento KPCN — check out the schedule here.
It’s time to pass the Woodburn School’s Bond Measure. It’s been 20 years. There is no reason why our kids should be in the hallways because of lack of space… contact us to find out the actions PCUN is organizing.