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Our office is at 1131 SE Oak, Portland, OR 97214

Map to our office

(503) 233-6787


Martin Luther King Jr. Worker Center is at 240 NE MLK Jr. Blvd., 97232

Map to Martin Luther King Jr. Worker Center


Voz Workers’ Rights Education Project

is a worker-led organization that empowers immigrants and day laborers to gain control over their working conditions through leadership development, organizing, and community education.

We operate the Martin Luther King, Jr. Worker Center, which connects hundreds of workers a month with local employers and jobs.

You can use this site to:



Save the Center Campaign

The lease on the city-owned property where the MLK Jr. Worker Center sits is expiring. We are asking Mayor Charlie Hales to transfer the ownership of the property to Voz so that the Center has a permanent home.

Ways to Get Involved in the Campaign

What you can do to get involved in finding a permanent solution for the MLK Jr. Worker Center:

  1. Send in a Letter of Support for the MLK Jr. Worker Center to the Mayor’s Office
  2. Sign our online petition to Save the Center:

For more information, contact:

Romeo Sosa– or 503-233-6787



Video: Portland’s National Fast to say “Not One More Deportation!”

We made this video during the National Fast NOT ONE MORE DEPORTATION in May 2013, in order to call local, national, and international attention to the unjust immigration laws. Thousands of people are detained and deported daily without any sort of criminal record. Their only crime is to look for a better future for themselves and their family in this country. These political prisoners are currently detained in private prisons. People in the video: Abdias has a pending deportation case and has waited more than 6 years. They have prohibited her from working until they clarify her situation. Rosa’s partner was deported later in 2013.

Este video lo hicimos durante la cadena nacional de ayuno NI UNA DEPORTACION MAS en Mayo de 2013, para llamar la atención local, nacional e internacional con las leyes injustas de inmigración. Están deteniendo y deportando a miles de personas diariamente sin tener un record criminal. Su único delito es buscar un futuro mejor para él o ella y a su familia en este país. Estos prisioneros políticos que están detenidos en este momento en las cárceles privadas. En el video habla Abdias, quien está pendiente de su deportación y ha esperado mas de 6 años, le han prohibido trabajar hasta que se aclare su situación. También habla Rosy, cuya pareja fue deportado después.