Miami, OK – Earl Hatley can’t believe where the time’s gone. “Wow, 20 years!! It’s been quite a ride, but still feels like the beginning,” he said when announcing an anniversary party for the environment protection organization founded in 1997 and that boasts of “LEADing the way for environmental justice in Oklahoma. It’s a valid argument. Nov. ’97 was the… Continue reading "LEAD Agency Celebrates 20 Years of “LEADing the way for Environmental Justice!”"
Our 19th Tar Creek Conference will be held September 26 – 27 at NEO A&M College for an educational and inspirational experience. Topics this year include: Updates on Tar Creek Superfund Site: EPA, State of Oklahoma, and Quapaw Tribe clean up Long term Health Impacts from Lead Poisoning Environmental Impacts of Heavy Metals in Soil, Plants, and Water Legal Aspects… Continue reading "19th Annual National Environmental Tar Creek Conference"
Concerned individuals are intervening on behalf of all Oklahomans to ensure First Amendment rights are no longer violated. Individuals of many different backgrounds have come together to expose the corruptions, abuses of power, the destruction of the environment, and the trampling of human rights inflicted upon us by our elected officials and the companies they are beholden to. With the… Continue reading "Oklahoma Water Protectors to plant sacred tobacco in path of Diamond Pipeline"