The Reclaim UO community movement is in its 2nd phase of strategic planning and will be organizing bi-weekly meetings through the month of February. The movement is focused on legislative and direct-action strategies with the primary goal of overturning the current UO Board of Trustees structure under Oregon Senate Bill 270 and replacing it with a democratic campus community model. This means our goal is to give every student, faculty member and employee a say in the membership of the UO’s governing body.
To show solidarity with Reclaim UO, please pin a red square anywhere on your person. Movement participants will be distributing information and providing details about upcoming events soon. Be prepared to disrupt business as usual in any public-private partnership.
Reclaim UO Mission Statement
Reclaim UO works through broad coalition building and long-term strategic planning to reverse the privatization of public higher education and assert our right to public oversight of and investment in higher education for the betterment of our shared communities.
Movement participants have also expressed solidarity with the efforts to implement the UO climate action plan, disarm UOPD and secure financial & administrative independence for the EMU building and the ASUO student government.