Members

The Solidarity Network is made up of member organizations, allied organizations and individual members and allies. Within the Network every organization and every individual has a place and everyone's contributions have value. It is understood that levels of commitment depend on each individual organization/persons capacity and resources. The role of the network is to build capacity and support each other as we work to organize within our communities. 

 

Network Member Organizations (NMO) are those that have made a commitment to participate in the network and build solidarity in our community.

 

NMO's fall in to 2 categories; active and allied

  • Active NMO's are (as the name implies) active in the network. The provide updates on actions and campaigns they are working on to the network. They stand in solidarity with network members when they need turnout for a campaign or event. 

  • Allied NMO's are orginizations that 
     

Allied Network Organizations; 

Member Organizations: 

  1. Lane County Labor Chapter

  2. Carpenters 

  3. ATU 757

  4. Plumbers/Steamfitters

  5. LCCEF

  6. AFSCME 3267

  7. LIUNA 737

  8. BCTGM (Bakers) 114

  9. OSEA-AFT 6732

  10. OSEA

  11. Roofers

  12. GTFF

  13. AFSCME 1724

  14. UFCW <yorksters5@yahoo.com>,

  15. afscme1724

  16. CWA 7901

  17. OSEA

  18. UFCW 555

  19. Bakers 114

  20. Sheetmetal Workers 16

  21. IBEW 280

  22. AFSCME 2831

  23. Hospitalists

  24. Lane Professional FF 851

  25. United Academics

  26. AFSCME 2831

  27. LERC <bussel@uoregon.edu>,

  28. APWU

  29. Laborers

  30. SEIU 503

  31. Air Traffic Controllers

  32. Teamsters 206

  33. OEA/EEA

  34. IATSI 675

  35. SEIU 49

  36. Iron Workers 29

  37. IAM/WW246

Allied Organizations 

CASA 

Community Rights Lane County (CRLC)

Community Alliance of Lane County (CALC)

First Christian Church

First Baptist Church 

Unitarian church

Church Women Untied