The Oregon DACA Coalition's (ODC) mission is to organize Dreamers and Allies across Oregon to create a more inclusive, equitable, and connected community by raising awareness about the undocumented experience, and by participating in advocacy and direct action. ODC is comprised of all volunteers who are involved in a variety of activities, including but not limited to: providing financial assistance for DACA application fees; hosting community building and self-care events; sharing personal stories in public forums and town halls; organizing events to activate voters; and organizing local rallies and participating in national rallies. The Oregon DACA Coalition is made up of DACA recipients, documented and undocumented immigrants, and their allies.
Grantee Stories about Oregon DACA Coalition
Written By Bruce Poinsette Power in Organizing Prior to the 2016 Presidential Election, Leonardo Reyes had limited experience with community organizing. He had participated in a few campaigns, but nothing like the whirlwind of rallies, fundraising, lobbying, and resource development that have defined his last two years with the Oregon DACA Coalition. Then President Donald […] More »