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Oregon State Capitol, Salem

900 Court St NE
Salem, OR 97301, US (map)

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  • Wednesday
    Feb 14 2018
    Valentines for Clean Air Lobby Day

    Join your friends, neighbors and fellow air advocates to help us deliver Valentines to the Oregon state legislature. What better way to show our love than to ensure clean safe air for all to breathe? #WeAllBreathe ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    The legislative session starts next month, and your legislators need to see actual people show up to demonstrate that we care about cleaning up Oregon’s air. Clean air has taken a back seat in Oregon in years past, and we’ve all seen the results.

    Along with serious diesel pollution impacting all of our health and an historical lack of enforceable air quality rules, 43% of Oregon’s largest polluters are currently operating with expired permits—some as long as five years past due.

    We need to tell our representatives that we won’t wait anymore!

    We want them to prioritize real mandates for clean air, like:

    1. funding to enforce Oregon’s new air quality regulations and reduce permitting backlogs, and
    2. standards to rid our state of dirty diesel and prohibit importing old equipment, already outlawed in California.

    We’ll be delivering valentines to our legislators and reminding them why we love clean air.

    We’ll be providing breakfast and lunch, transportation and materials for attendees. A full agenda is forthcoming.

  • Monday
    Feb 12 2018
    Clean Energy Jobs Day Of Action

    Join Renew Oregon, Oregon Environmental Council,Oregon League of Conversation Voters, Climate Solutions and others as we take the case for clean energy jobs to our legislators in Salem.

    There will be many bills being considered in the Oregon legislature in February but none will affect our future as much as the Clean Energy Jobs one.

    We will do our best to organize successful carpools. If you are interested in carpooling or need a ride sign up on the form below and contact Sonny: sonny@reneworegon.org to be looped in when we start coordinating carpooling.

    Ready to Sign Up? Great! Let us know on this short sign-up form: https://act.myngp.com/Forms/-7681451014922174464

  • Sunday
    Jan 21 2018
    Salem Womxn's March

    12/24/17 The Womxn's March coordinating committee is excited to be a part of making this wonderful event possible. The 2017 Women's March was incredibly successful. It provided visibility and momentum for a variety of local organizations and causes. The March is a celebration of who we are and what we have accomplished, showing that women and marginalized womxn (pronounced women-ex, also think of ‘x’ as a variable that means the word woman but when adding the ‘x’: womxn, the word now becomes more inclusive) are valued by our community. It is also the catalyst for work to be done locally and nationally in the future. The strong message it sends to our current administration is vital to protecting our rights and our very democracy.

    There was controversy from last year's march in that there was a lack of inclusivity. Many people, from Salem’s own underrepresented communities expressed their disappointment that the 2017 Salem Women’s March did not feel inclusive and that care was not given to their issues. This was discussed in several forums before and after the actual day.

    For the upcoming 2018 anniversary march, when the call for volunteers/coordinators went out, there was a strong emphasis on developing a coalition of new and diverse voices to show our solidarity as one community, one Salem.

    With the world changing in regard to how we view, talk about, and include LGBTQ persons as well as people of color, and all of the complex and beautiful intersections in between, the decision to use an alternative spelling in the name of the march was made by the coordinating committee from the first meeting held on 12/2/17.

    The use of Womxn instead of Women is an effort to include more of the people who make up our communities and the city of Salem. We understand that this is a bit confusing for people not familiar with LGBTQ issues. The fact that this decision has been well-received by so many is heartening. At the same time, it is baffling that a handful of people continue to express their opposition to the decision that has already been made by the coordinating committee after input from a wide range of stakeholders.

    We hope that you will join us in this positive and uplifting event and that any questions any one has be directed to this page and to the event coordinators.

    Thanks to all for your support and enthusiasm!

    Womxn Belong in the Resistance!


    Our Mission:Led by a diverse and inclusive group, the Salem Womxn’s March is committed to amplifying womxn’s voices to empower and enable each other in the fight for womxn’s rights and political involvement within our communities.

    By embracing our differences and acknowledging the vibrancy, diversity, and honoring our intersectionality, we can work towards our shared mission to uphold civil liberties,and rights for all womxn, and denounce hate in our community. We will utilize our strategic connections and partnerships to create real and lasting change.

  • Thursday
    Jan 11 2018
    Gov. Brown Stand Up for Climate: Stop the Pipeline Rally

    Join the No LNG Exports Coalition for a day action at the Capitol on Thursday, January 11th to ask Governor Brown to stand up for the climate by denying the Pacific Connector fracked gas Pipeline and Jordan Cove LNG Export Terminal!

    On this day Oil Change International and the No LNG Exports Coalition will be releasing a groundbreaking study on the lifecycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions of the pipeline and export facility.

    The Pacific Connector Pipeline is a proposed 229-mile pipeline that would take fracked gas sourced from the Rocky mountains from Malin to Coos Bay, where it would be liquefied and exported from a giant new facility called the Jordan Cove LNG Export terminal. This project would become the largest source of climate pollution in Oregon and would undermine action to meet goals to protect our climate and transition to renewable energy. The Governor and her State Agencies have the authority to deny permits and stop this project. We need Governor Kate Brown to stand up for the climate and stop this project for good.

    FOR CARPOOLS CONTACT (before 5pm on Wednesday, Jan 10):

    More details to come soon!

    An early version of this event was deleted on accident by a co-host. This is the OFFICIAL event page for the No Pipeline action on Jan 11th.

    For more information check out www.noLNGexports.org


    • NO LNG Exports,
    • Stop Fracked Gas PDX,
    • Center for Sustainable Economy,
    • 350 EUG,
    • Signal Fire,
    • Rogue Climate,
    • Cascadia Wildlands
  • Wednesday
    Jan 10 2018
    CANCELLED?? Rally to Save Familycare!

    Original FB event is gone. Who knows?

    Current plan is to show up at 7:30 am on January 10 in Salem at the House Health Care Committee. It goes from 8-11 am.

  • Monday
    Jun 12 2017
    Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Advocacy Day at the Capitol

    Join us in advocating for DD Services throughout the 2017 legislative session!

    Oregon Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Coalition is a nonprofit organization that promotes quality service and supports which respectfully further the rights, equality, justice, and inclusion for all Oregonians with developmental disabilities.

    Disability Rights Oregon’s mission is to defend & protect the legal rights of Oregonians with disabilities.

  • Thursday
    Jun 8 2017
    Veterans First! No More 22 - RALLY at the Capitol!

    Veterans and active duty service members deserve adequate access to mental health care. While veterans only make up 10 percent of Oregon’s population, they make up nearly a quarter of all suicides. We are in the midst of a crisis, yet veterans are continually and consistently ignored.

    It’s time to put veterans first. Senate Bill 1054 would temporarily waive a costly and time intensive roadblock that the Oregon Health Authority requires for all new psychiatric facilities. This requirement – obtaining a Certificate of Need – is just another roadblock that veterans must hurdle in order to receive the care they need.

    Join us in supporting SB 1054 and let our elected officials know that veterans don’t need another barrier that prevents them from getting help – they need our support. Rally around veterans at the Capitol and make sure our voices are heard!

    We welcome you and your family to stand up for the veteran community and hear from those that agree it’s time to put veterans first.

    Bring your signs and energy to support Senate Bill 1054 and let’s make sure the Oregon Legislature knows it’s time to prioritize our veteran community!

    For more information on the bill and how it will help our veteran and military community, see this op-ed written by Senator Brian Boquist: http://www.oregonlive.com/opinion/index.ssf/2017/05/oha_for_holding_hostages_colle.html

    Keeping Our Promise PAC is a bi-partisan effort dedicated towards getting 5% of the net proceeds of the Oregon Lottery dedicated to veterans programs and services. Help us reach the ballot and ensure Oregon veterans know we're grateful for their service.

  • Yes to HB 3464: Immigrants Are Welcome Here (Causa Oregon)

    Join us next week to show your support for House Bill 3464!

    We must protect the privacy of our immigrant communities by limiting the collection and sharing of information for the purpose of immigration enforcement.

    ¡Únase a nosotros la próxima semana para mostrar su apoyo para el Proyecto de ley 3464!

    Debemos proteger la privacidad de nuestras comunidades inmigrantes al limitar la colección y el intercambio de información para el uso de la migra.

    Questions/preguntas: 503-409-2473

    Causa is Oregon’s Latino immigrant rights organization.

  • Tuesday
    Jun 6 2017
    Oregon Can't Wait - Rally for Revenue

    Where: Oregon State Capitol, front steps When: Tuesday, June 6, 12 PM - 1 PM (Registration opens at 11) 10 AM - Buses leave from Eugene (2800 Gateway St.,Springfield, OR- by Ross and Cabela’s) and Portland (Lents Park- 4808 SE 92nd Ave, Portland, OR 97266) 11 AM. - Check-in and lunch 12 AM - Rally

    RSVP here: https://fastfor.ms/E58F2 to reserve your free lunch and t-shirt.

    Hundreds of Oregonians are coming together in Salem to tell legislators: Oregon Can’t Wait for investments in education, health care and other essential services. Caregivers, nurses, teachers, parents, students, advocates, workers and more know that it’s time for corporations to finally pay their fair share so we can all have the Oregon we deserve.

    RSVP here: https://fastfor.ms/E58F2 to reserve your free lunch and t-shirt.

  • Thursday
    Jun 1 2017
    Deaf, DeafBlind, DeafPlus and Hard of Hearing Legislative Awareness Day

    Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing Legislative Awareness Day

    The FIGHT is NOT over!

    Support Senate Bill 1018: Set up D/DB/D*/HH service under DHS Support Senate Bill 1023: establish funding for SB 1018 Support House Bill 3412: Task force on assessment for D/HH children Support House Bill 3415: Mental Health Bill of Rights for D/HH

    Support • Defend • Speak Out • Unify • Take a Stand

    June 1, 2017 10 am to 4 pm

    Oregon State Capitol 900 Court St NE Salem, OR 97301


    Our dream: to have a permanent Office of Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hard of Hearing Services created in Oregon.

    We want the Senate and the House to pass this bill and send it to the governor!

    Over 186,117 Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hard of Hearing Oregonians need support through social services.

    Rain or Shine!

    Agenda 9-10am: Capitol tours with ASL interpreters Students will learn some history of Oregon and about the legislative process 10-11am: Rally at front steps of Capitol Presenter List (pending): Chad A. Ludwig, President, OAD Clark Anderson, President, Hearing Loss Association-Oregon Terry Blosser, Deaf-Blind Advocate Mark Hill, President, Cerebral Palsy and Deaf Organization Invited legislators (one or two) will present - TBA Jerry Fleming, State Representative, Deaf Grassroots Movement (DGM)-Oregon 11am to 12pm: Parade and Rally by DGM-Oregon 12-1pm: Lunch Break On your own 1pm to 4pm: Meet with your legislators

  • Monday
    May 1 2017
    May Day 2017 | 1ro de Mayo 2017

    May Day 2017: Hate will not stop us. Fear will not silence us.

    Join us on May 1st at the Oregon State Capitol as we march for the liberty and lives of our families.

    Presented by Causa and Oregon School Employees Association (OSEA).

    1ro de Mayo 2017: El odio no nos detendrá. El miedo no nos callará.

    Hay que unirnos el 1ro de Mayo en el Capitolio (mono de oro) para marchar por nuestra libertdad y las vidas de nuestras famlias.

    Presentado por Causa y Oregon School Employees Association (OSEA).

  • Wednesday
    Apr 19 2017
    Rally for Water and Wildlife!

    Wednesday April 19th Oregonians from around the state will gather at our Capitol to tell elected officials we want them to take a stand for water and wildlife.

    Join us on the Capitol Steps at 11am, where we will rally, and hear from speakers working to protect Oregon's Water and Wildlife!

    Wear Blue for water, or brown and green for trees! Join 350 Eugene for an art party to make wildlife props, or bring your own!

    Carpooling and busing info:

    Cottage Grove Area: https://www.facebook.com/events/1854264814847203/

    Eugene: https://www.facebook.com/events/283099338794308/

    Corvallis/Albany Bus Available! http://www.greatoldbroads.org/directory-of-broadbands/broads-on-the-bus-rally-for-water-and-wildlife/

    North Coast/Rockaway Besach area: https://www.facebook.com/events/1032009940233970/

    Florence Area: https://www.facebook.com/events/1918716388346272/

    Coos Bay Area: https://www.facebook.com/events/1466798073372516/

    Co-hosted by: Oregon Chapter, Sierra Club Oregon Wild Forest Web of Cottage Grove , Citizens of Rockaway Beach for Watershed Protection, Defenders of Wildlife , Pacific Rivers, Cascadia Wildlands, Oregon League of Conservation Voters, Coast Range Forest Watch, Rogue Riverkeeper, KS Wild (Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center), Willamette Valley Broadband, Great Old Broads for Wilderness, 350 EUG Audubon Society of Portland

  • Wednesday
    Apr 12 2017
    Stable Homes for Oregon Lobby Day, March, and Rally!

    Don't wait, Register today! https://tinyurl.com/kwn99e4 Free food, childcare, transportation, and interpretation.

    Regístrese hoy en Español: https://tinyurl.com/kkq6veq GRATIS comida, cuidado de niños, transporte e interpretación.

    Let's turn up the tenant protections heat! Travel to Salem, OR to tell our legislators that no cause evictions and excessive rent increases must end! Bring a friend, or two!