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Native peoples and allies vow to stop pipeline construction in Oklahoma

Native peoples and allies vow to stop pipeline construction in Oklahoma

Recording of a press conference organized by the grassroots Stop Plains All American Pipeline to announce plans for actions to stop further construction of the Diamond Pipeline by the Plains All American Company. https://archive.org/download/20170130stopdiamondpipeline/20170130stopdiamondpipeline.mp3 Recorded by Serena Blaiz of Pointing Left Media for the Oklahoma Citizen Public Affairs Network. Press conference by a grassroots activist group, Stop […]

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Pointing Left Radio Friday the 13th January 2017

Pointing Left Radio Friday the 13th January 2017

Host Serena Blaiz checks out news, events and action opportunities for Oklahoma progressives. Events for the week of Jan 15 in central Oklahoma are featured. Mention: Together Oklahoma, Yes All Daughters, Oklahomans for Excellence in Science Education, Sierra Club, CAIR Oklahoma, Red State Radio, The L.O.V.E. Project of Oklahoma, Black Lives Matter OKC , Vegetarians of Oklahoma, badvoter.org

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Saving public education in Oklahoma

Saving public education in Oklahoma

Can You Hear Them Now? By State Representative David Perryman Paul Marcarelli, formerly the “Test Man” in the Verizon commercials, is known for the question, “Can you hear me now?” Since that phrase became famous, it has morphed into a question that is used to inquire as to whether a person’s communication is “effective” rather […]

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Statement from Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus on Terence Crutcher shooting

Statement from Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus on Terence Crutcher shooting

Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus issues statement on recommendations for law enforcement following Terence Crutcher shooting; calls for peaceful protests Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus chair, Sen. Kevin Matthews, D-Tulsa, issued the following statement Thursday on behalf of the caucus outlining recommendations for law enforcement across the state and calling for peaceful protests following Friday evening’s police […]

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International Day of Peace Events in Oklahoma

The International Day of Peace is observed around the world each year on 21 September. Established in 1981 by unanimous United Nations resolution 36/37, the General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to“commemorating and strengthening the ideals of peace both within and among all nations and peoples.” For the text of the U.N. Resolution, CLICK […]

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