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  • ACTION Tulsa

    ACTION Tulsa

    Tulsa, OK
    www.actiontulsa.org

    ACTION (Allied Communities of Tulsa Inspiring Our Neighborhoods) is Tulsa's only broad-based organizing effort. Through our member institutions (congregations and non-profits), we teach the practical skills of public engagement to Tulsans. In so doing, ACTION aims to sustain a vibrant democratic culture in Tulsa, which builds the power necessary to effect change around issues that matter most to our families. Channel 8 speaks with ACTION leaders about this mission: http://ktul.com/news/local/community-group-trying-to-inspire-community-action-in-tulsa

    ACTION is a partner organization with VOICE (Voices Organized in Civic Engagement) in Oklahoma City as well as affiliated nationally with the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF), which is the oldest and largest organizing network in the United States. The IAF operates under the West/Southwest IAF Network.

  • Community Alliance of Oklahoma

    Community Alliance of Oklahoma

    OK
    https://www.caok.org/

    Community Alliance of Oklahoma works to create thriving and prosperous communities for all in partnership with dynamic, innovative and revolutionary individuals, local, state and national organizations, and progressive movements. CAOK bridges the gap between individuals and organizations in a collective capacity to obtain and sustain human rights, dignity and justice.

  • Oklahoma Progressive Network

    Oklahoma Progressive Network

    OK

    The Oklahoma Progressive Network was founded in the buildup and wake of the 2016 Presidential election. A group of highly motivated activists came together to form an environment for Progressive Oklahomans to discuss, plan, and take civic action.

  • ONABEN

    ONABEN

    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    onaben.org

    ONABEN works with Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities throughout the country to support and empower aspiring entrepreneurs.

  • Stand for Oklahoma

    Stand for Oklahoma

    Oklahoma City, OK
    http://standwithteachers.org/

    The fight for education funding is a marathon, not a sprint. The fight is not over and we must continue our movement in the legislature and at the ballot box.

  • The United League for Social Action

    Tulsa, OK
    https://www.wearetulsa.org/

    The United League for Social Action is a coalition of concerned Tulsans coming together to address racial profiling, over-policing, and police brutality. We are a grassroots coalition centered on evidence based organizing practices and group-centered leadership, as modeled by civil and human rights activist Ella Josephine Baker.