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An aggregated calendar of events for and by the central Oklahoma progressive community.
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If you’re concerned about the next Governor for Oklahoma, mark your calendar for the upcoming event. This is information you need to know, the public is invited.
Five candidates vying to be the next governor of Oklahoma have been invited to share their platforms and address issues of your concern at the Gubernatorial Candidates Forum in Oklahoma City January 30, 2018 and in Tulsa, February 6, 2018. Invited candidates include Connie Johnson (D), Drew Edmondson (D), Todd Lamb (R), Gary Richardson (R) and Chris Powell (L)
The Eastside Forum is scheduled to be held at Prospect Church, Tuesday, January 30, 2018, from 6 pm – 8 pm. Prospect Church, under the leadership of Rev. Lee E. Cooper Jr., is located at 2809 N. Missouri, in Oklahoma City. The Northside Forum is scheduled to be held at Praise Center Family Church, Tuesday, February 6, 2018, from 6 pm-8pm. Praise Center Family Church, under the leadership of Rev. Stephen Wiley, is located at 608 E. Apache, in Tulsa.
Sponsoring organizations include: the Oklahoma City and Tulsa NAACP, Concerned Clergy for Spiritual Renewal, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Society, Georgia Brown Democratic Women, the Oklahoma City Black Chamber of Commerce, the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Oklahoma City Urban League, the National Assn. of Black Veterans (NABVETS), National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice (NABCJ), the Young Democrats of Oklahoma, Ending Violence Everywhere Coalition and SHADES of Oklahoma magazine.
This calendar is for events of interest to the Oklahoma progressive/left community, primarily focusing on Central Oklahoma. If you would like an event listed, see our Event submission form.