Hole in the Wall Movie Screening

M.E.Ch.A. de UO and the Multicultural Center invite you to join us March 5th in the Redwood Auditorium of the EMU for the screening of the film ‘Hole in the Wall!’ Latinx filmmaker and star of the film, Sergio Castillo, will be joining us from New York to have a discussion after the screening of the film engaging with us about topics of sociopolitical issues and immigration.

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Wk 1: Ni de aqui, ni de alla


Wednesday, January 10 6 PM – 7:30 PM

Location: Multicultural Center (EMU)

We hope everyone had a great break! This Wednesday the focus of our meeting is to get familiar with the phrase “Ni de aqui, ni de alla,” a phrase we may often hear during the movement. One of the ways we will do this is by exploring what we mean by ‘Chicanx’ and the importance of the way we speak with each other.
We will also be going over who MEChA is and going over some awesome topics we will discuss over the term.
Cant wait to see you all there!

Wk 7: Causa Oregon x UO MEChA

Wednesday, November 8 at 6 PM – 7 PM
Location: Lillis 111


Causa Oregon is a part of One Oregon. One Oregon is a coalition of more than 30 groups working together is a statewide coalition that defends against anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim policies and ballot measures and works to ensure that all Oregonians, regardless of country of birth, are treated with dignity and respect.


The goals for this workshop:
Participants walk away with a sense of Oregon immigrant rights struggles and victories.
Clear understanding of the dangers of IP 22 and IP 5.
Understand how the White supremacist / neo-Nazi movement and other far right groups are trying to influence Oregon.
Know the ways to take action.


See you there!

RUYC Friday April 8th!

University of Oregon MEChA, would like to announce that we will be hosting our 12th annual Raza Unida Youth Conference (RUYC) on Friday, the 8th of April, 2016 at the University of Oregon. RUYC is an all day event where we invite local Latino/a high school students participate in a day filled with Keynotes, workshops, political action, and relationship building. In past years we have hosted just over 500 students, and the multitude of workshops available made the conference an even greater success. This year we hope to continue to provide students with memorable conference that will change their lives and empower them as students of color.
UO MEChA cannot do this on our own and we need people like you to help make this event a success. If you choose to participate as a workshop presenter, please let us know as soon as possible so we can make the necessary preparations. Multiple workshops are also welcomed and encouraged
If you are interested in being a workshop presenter you can find the link below. Gracias!!