Join our groundbreaking movement to protect our communities from corporate harm!
Community Rights Lane County educates citizens about our rights to local community governance. We believe decisions affecting communities must be made by community residents – the people affected by these decisions and laws. We believe corporate structures should not have privileges that elevate corporate interests above community rights.
Learn how others in Oregon are using community rights-based lawmaking to end corporate harms in their communities. Stay up to date on the latest campaigns!
Local lawmaking is the heart of Community Rights work. Learn about our local efforts to protect the food system and statewide efforts to empower local self government.
Learn more about why we are not allowed to govern ourselves, why corporations enjoy constitutional “rights”, and why it seems that corporations have more power to decide what goes on in our communities than the people who live there.
Please join us for our monthly Community Rights Action, our general meeting of community rights supporters in Lane County. These gatherings advance our work challenging corporate practices that threaten our health, environment and economy. Join us in learning about Community Rights and the latest developments in local, state, and national Community Rights efforts.
Each month’s agenda is different, and we features speakers, videos, and engaging group activities. We discuss and help shape the local lawmaking that we are developing to protect the well-being of our community. And we have opportunities for everyone to participate in and advance our work. And we have fun! Please join us!
Third Monday of each month
6:00 – 8:00 pm
First United Methodist Church
1376 Olive St, Eugene.