Immigrant Rights Organizations
- The Farm Labor Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO (FLOC) is a union representing people who do some of the most important work in America-migrant farmworkers who pick the food we eat. Though these men, women, and too often children, feed our nation they typically work for poverty wages, in fields laced with pesticides, under a broiling sun. At day's end, they return to housing that can only be described as degrading to the human spirit.
- Interfaith Worker Justice is the national organization which engages the religious community to support low-wage workers' rights. Find resources and information on employment issues.
- National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights The National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR) is composed of local coalitions and immigrant, community, religious, civil rights and labor organizations and activists and works to promote a just immigration and refugee policy in the U.S. and to defend and expand the rights of all immigrants and refugees regardless of immigration status.
- PCUN (Northwest Treeplanters and Farmworkers United) is Oregon's union of farmworkers, nursery and reforestation workers, Oregon's largest Latino organization. Our most fundamental goal is to empower farmworkers to understand and take action against systematic exploitation and all of its effects. 80 farmworkers and treeplanters founded PCUN in April, 1985 and since then, we have registered more than 4,500 members. 98% are Mexican or Central American immigrants; about half reside permanently in Oregon.
- Public Interest Projects, Inc. (PIP) brings together and strengthens the work of philanthropic institutions, nonprofit groups and other public interest organizations sharing a vision of a society that ensures justice, dignity and opportunity for all people.
- United Farm Workers of America
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