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#Oregon joins the nation this September for Renter Week of Action & Assemblies! with Homes For All / Hogares Para Todxs!

If the rent is too high, if you're not getting the repairs you need, if you keep getting pushed further and further away from your friends, family, work, and schools - it's time to stand up and organize!

The Community Alliance of Tenants is hosting a week of actions in the state of Oregon, and others are free to submit their events to the page and have it shared.

Follow this page for a full list of actions, events, and updates from Oregon and around the country!


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Monday 9/18 7-9pm Unite Oregon - 700 N Killingsworth, Portland How We Can Control the Rent: Official Renter Week of Action Kickoff. Join The Community Alliance of Tenants of Momentum Alliance for an important discussion on where housing rights is going. This event is a place to envision our futures as housing advocates, to correct what we see as flaws in our current system, and come to concrete goals for next steps. Open to all ages

Friday 9/22:

St. John's George City Park: St. Johns Story Slam + Tenant Rally, 3-6 p.m. Live music, tabling, organizing, and a chance to share your story about how the housing crisis has affected you. Sign up here: bit.ly/sjstoryslam

Rally Against Displacement - Ashland, 4 p.m., Ashland Plaza Join tenants in #Ashland to rally for renters' rights, co-hosted by Southern Oregon Tenants' Union and The Community Alliance of Tenants.

Saturday 9/23:

Every Worker Needs A Home Tenants + Workers Solidarity Action with Burgerville Workers Union at the Burgerville at 1135 NE MLK Jr. Ave, #Portland. Meet up at the MLK statue in front of the Oregon Convention Center at 5:30, march to the storefront at 6 p.m.


The Community Alliance of Tenants
Nonprofit Organization · Portland, Oregon
Formed in 1996, the Community Alliance of Tenants (CAT) is Oregon’s only statewide, grassroots, tenant-controlled, tenant-rights organization. CAT educates, organizes and develops the leadership of low-income tenants.Twitter @catoregon

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