Dear Dr. Stein, The platform and values of the Green Party are a witness and an inspiration for what the United States needs to become in order to become a more just, peaceful, participatory, and sustainable society. I am thankful … Continue reading →
Looking ahead to the 10th year that the International Day of Peace has been celebrated in OKC — and back to the year that started it all with Pinwheels for Peace.
In this Quick Point I want to tell you about the new June 2016 issue of Oklahoma Peace Strategy, which is a newsletter produced by the Oklahoma City Peace House. This segment was recorded on June 5, 2016. http://www.buzzsprout.com/60927/390082-quick-point-oklahoma-peace-strategy-newspaper.mp3 I’ll tell you about what’s in this issue, do a quick review of some past issues, … Continue reading Quick Point – Oklahoma Peace Strategy
Whitewashed history: Memorial Day was started by Black folks. And the distortion of the holiday continues.
A few things to celebrate about the 2016 Oklahoma legislative session — besides the fact that it’s over.
With episode 13 we are lucky indeed to have a conversation with Paula Sophia Schonaeur, one of the most visible trans activists in Oklahoma, who is heading off to DC for ten weeks interning at the National Center for Transgender Equality as part of her studies to obtain a Masters in Social Work to add … Continue reading Pointing Left Podcast Lucky #13 – Paula Sophia Schonauer
OKLAHOMA CITY – Audio and photos from Oklahoma Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty press conference held at the Oklahoma State Capital on May 20, 2016, held to respond to the interim report from the multicounty grand jury investigating Oklahoma’s execution protocol failures. Facilitated by former State Senator Connie Johnson, now chair of OK-CADP. https://archive.org/download/20160520okcadp/20160520okcadp.mp3 … Continue reading Oklahoma Death Penalty Abolitionists Respond to Grand Jury Interim Report
Change Oklahoma and Oklahoma for Bernie hosted a progressive candidates forum on May 17 at the Moore Public Library. 130 attended the event and 15 candidates participated (listed below). From the event announcement: Change Oklahoma and friends invited every Democratic candidate (with an opponent) running for the Oklahoma House or Senate from either Cleveland or … Continue reading 2016 Progressive candidates make their case for changing Oklahoma – Audio, photos