16thFLBYou are invited to gather with workers and local faith leaders as we break bread and share powerful stories, celebrate victories, and grow in our confidence to support justice and dignity for all workers. Join us in reclaiming moral power!

Our 16th Annual Faith-Labor Breakfast, “Reclaiming Moral Power,” will be held on
Tuesday February 20th, 7:15-9am at St Andrew Catholic Church, 806 NE Alberta St.

Click Here to get your tickets to the breakfast today!


Portland Jobs with Justice — small & mighty!

Our mission

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Art by Ricardo Levins Morales

Portland Jobs with Justice is a coalition of labor, faith, community, and student organizations taking action for workers rights and for economic, racial, and gender justice.

We prioritize the leadership, voices, and vision of individuals and communities that have been historically marginalized and oppressed and work together to build the better world that we all need and want.

What’s up for 2017?

  • Campaigns that support Racial Justice in Labor!
  • Fair Scheduling and Tenants Rights in the Oregon Legislature!
  • Workers Rights Leadership Development and Training!
  • Join the Portland Jobs with Justice Solidarity Squad to protect our most vulnerable community members from hate crimes and other abuses!
  • Labor and community solidarity! (forever!)

What happened in 2016? Here’s our Annual Report to you!

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Art by Rini Templeton

Taking Action! With your support, we hosted and co-sponsored over 80 actions, delegations, rallies, pickets, marches, film showings, trainings – and even a concert! – in support of workers rights at work, workers’ health and safety, racial justice, LGBTQ rights, Stop the TPP, and a host of other issues.

Winning  the Fight for $15 in Portland Metro! Under a newly passed state law, over the next 5 years the minimum wage will increase to $15/hr by 2023 in the 26 Portland Metro Area cities. In 2016, our Portland Area Campaign for $15 won $15 even faster for over 20,000 Portland area workers through new organizing and contract bargaining campaigns, and through working to come to agreements with progressive non-profits and small businesses!

Divesting from private prisons! Under the leadership of our partners at enlace, the City of Portland voted to divest from banks that fund private prisons and detention centers, like Wells Fargo, and the machines that build them, like Caterpillar!

Stopped the TPP! With Oregon Fair Trade Coalition, Portland Jobs with Justice played a leading role in stopping the Trans Pacific Partnership from passing. This free trade agreement could have increased workers rights violations, environmental destruction, anti-LGBTQ violence and other human rights violations in the

Expanding the coalition! Portland Jobs with Justice is proud to have over 120 organizations from faith, labor, community, and student backgrounds as part of our coalition.

Click here to see our top-line year-end financials for 2016.