Oregon’s leading people of color organizations have come together based on common values. Each is fighting to ensure health equity for all Oregonians and improve the health outcomes for underserved communities, particularly communities of color, immigrants and refugees. We have cultivated an alliance that is powered by real stories, real people and a grassroots movement.
year our legislative agenda includes:
- Prenatal Expansion for all women in Oregon despite legal status
- Data Collection in the Health sector for diverse communities
- Cultural Competence for our medical providers
- Driver's License Restoration for all Oregonians Despite legal status
- Tuition Equity
November 29th, 2012
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Irvington Covenant Church
4003 Northeast Grand Avenue
PLEASE RSVP HERE.
For questions, please contact Reyna Lopez at 971-240-7414
OHEA Members includes Oregon Latino Health Coalition, Urban League of Portland, Oregon Action, Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO), Causa Oregon and Center for Intercultural Organizingfic American Network of Oregon (APANO), Causa Oregon and Center for Intercultural Organizing