Mana Tahaie

Meet Her on October 15th;
Learn about the Refugee Crisis;
Buy Your Ticket Today! 

On Saturday, October 15th, you are invited to learn more about one of the most urgent challenges facing our world today — the Refugee Crisis. Participate with us as we explore the response of the United Nations and our global civil society  — to restore security, to protect human lives, and to create order in a fractured world.

Buy Your Tickets Now.

We think you will enjoy this timely program featuring a panel of stellar presenters. Tickets are on sale now:

Adults … $15       (plus $1.82 fee)
Students … $10      (plus $1.54 fee)

The program will take place at the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center. It is located on the faigrounds at 3000 Pershing Drive in Oklahoma City. The panel discussion will begin promptly at 1:30pm.

Reserve your seat today through our online sales agent, “EventBrite.”

Here’s the link …
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-refugee-crisis-one-humanity-shared-responsibility-tickets-27575413805

We are proud to present as one of our featured panelists Ms. Mana Tahaie. She currently serves as the interim Director of Immigrant & Refugee Services at YWCA. She has led the YWCA’s racial justice initiatives since 2008 and women’s empowerment efforts since 2014. Under her leadership, the Mission Impact department grew to include anti-racism training, community events, consulting, racial dialogue programs, and advocacy. She specializes in power analysis, organizational and institutional development, and identity-based oppression.

Mana has devoted her career and personal life to social justice. Before joining YWCA Tulsa, Ms. Tahaie served as the Deputy Director of Oklahomans for Equality, Tulsa’s LGBT advocacy organization and community center. She previously served as the convener of the Tulsa Say No to Hate Coalition and board member of Crossroads Antiracism Organizing & Training, the United Campus Ministry at The University of Tulsa, and ACLU Oklahoma.

She currently chairs the board of the Center for New Community, a national organization focused on monitoring the organized anti-immigrant and Islamophobia movements.

Read more about our program here:
http://una-okc.blogspot.com/2016/10/one-humanity-shared-responsibility.html

We hope to see you at the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center! 

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