Barriers and Bridges to Successful Advocacy

Oklahomans eat dinner with family members, exchange favors with neighbors, and volunteer more frequently than the citizens of most other states, according to a study conducted by the University of Central Oklahoma. Social cohesion in Oklahoma appears to be strong.  However when it comes to political action and advocacy, Oklahomans are famous for being disengaged.  […]

Legislators won’t take us seriously if we don’t show up.

One week from today, important primary elections for state offices will happen across Oklahoma. You are not the only one who knows that legislators won’t take us seriously if we don’t show up to the polls.    More than 1,000 Oklahomans like you have joined our Facebook event, I’m Voting in the Oklahoma Primary and bringing my friends!  […]

Oh Oklahoma, where do we go from here?

The Oklahoma legislative session ended on May 27th with such a bang that our folly made national headlines. The New York Times, Reuters, The Guardian, and The Economist were just a few of the sources telling the world about how our state legislators couldn’t pull it together well enough to save jobs, improve mental health care, and support our students […]