“El Pueblo Vive, La Lucha Sigue” the meaning is more important than ever as our communities enter an era of change.
Historical wildfires, millions of our family members gone due to COVID-19, and the backlash against Black and Indigenous people of color (BIPOC) by white nationalist organizing. This quote means “The people live, and the movement continues”. We are still here, and we will continue to organize for social and racial justice everyday.
PCUN, farmworkers, Latinx immigrant families, and BIPOC communities will continue to push back the forces of white supremacy, classism, racism, and sexism. We will not sit and stand by while rights are being rolled back across the country. PCUN will continue to organize to end exploitation of farmworkers, and immigrant workers in Oregon and all of its effects.
We build power for farmworkers and Latinx working families through base-building, strong coalitions for systematic change, and organizing. At the center of this is our relationship to each other, and a local and a global community.
We’re excited to raise funds and celebrate our resilience with you this November! We started the Ramon Ramirez Legacy Fund in 2019 after the retirement of our longest-sitting President, Ramon Ramirez. We’re raising $100,000 this year to continue to fully fund PCUN’s organizing!
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