Together Oklahoma announces the 2022 Day of Action at the Capitol

Together Oklahoma is excited to announce the 2022 Day of Action at the Capitol, an opportunity for Oklahomans to engage meaningfully with lawmakers and help everyday Oklahomans advocate for purposeful, actionable change.  Register Today Together OK’s Day of Action will be held on Monday, May 2, 2022, on the second floor rotunda of the Oklahoma […]

Help end disparities in Oklahoma’s criminal justice system

Oklahoma has the highest incarceration rate in the nation. This crisis impacts some communities more than others. Contact your state representative today and ask them to support HB 1855 (by Rep. Brian Hill). This bill would require community impact statements for criminal justice legislation. A community impact statement reveals a proposed bill’s impact on underserved communities and makes sure legislation wouldn’t unfairly impact marginalized populations.

Help expand opportunities for Oklahomans to work

One mistake shouldn’t derail someone’s opportunity to support themselves and their family. Please contact your state representative and ask them to vote yes to HB 1373 (Rep. Zack Taylor) and HB 2134 (Rep. Cyndi Munson). These bills would prohibit blanket bans of individuals with a criminal history — only crimes that are violent or sexual in nature or that relate directly to the duties of the particular job or occupation could automatically disqualify an individual from a license. Find your state representative here.