Join us on Thursday, September 21st at 6:00 PM and unite at the State Capitol steps to observe United Nations International Peace Day.
Listen to five community leaders working to promote respect, safety, and dignity for all:
Adams is the founder and President of CommUNITY Alliance of Oklahoma, a non-profit working to facilitate ally development and intersectional coalition building.
Landry is a board member of Black Lives Matter Oklahoma, Oklahoma Coalition for Reproductive Justice, and the Coalition for Safe Communities.
Echo-Hawk is is a Coordinator with the Pawnee Nation Elders and an activist for indigenous rights in Oklahoma. She is co-founder of the Pawnee Seed Preservation Project.
Khan is a visiting professor at The University of Oklahoma and the author of three acclaimed books. Her book, Islam, Women, and Violence in Kashmir: Between India and Pakistan, examines the spiritual and political role of women in Kashmir.
Liger is the founder of the Abstract Ebon Collective, Community Organizer for American Civil Liberties Union, and an award-winning performance and spoken word artist.
Come plant pinwheels on the South Lawn for peace and then join us all afterwards for an afterparty on nearby Uptown 23rd.
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