#EmergeStronger: Help Keep Oregon Families in Our Homes!

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Oregon’s statewide eviction and foreclosure moratorium has been one of our most successful tools to support communities bearing the brunt of this pandemic. It is a lifeline that ensures countless families don't have to choose between paying for housing and putting food on the table — especially people of color who have experienced disproportionate hunger, poverty, illness and job loss for generations.

Without action from the legislature, the moratorium will expire December 31 — just as federal food assistance for thousands of Oregonians ends and as we grapple with a new wave of COVID-prompted closures and shutdowns. The resulting crisis would further disrupt lives, increase food insecurity and worsen homelessness in our communities.

That's why we issued a public call in the Oregonian for an extension to the moratorium, alongside our friends at Oregon Law Center and Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon.

Join us and urge state leaders to act!