Oklahoma

Despite the fact that there are tens of millions of nontheistic Americans, we remain one of the most marginalized groups in the country.  The Secular Coalition for America is working to make sure that we are heard on Capitol Hill. We fight in Washington DC against religious privileging on a federal level, yet some of the most egregious violations of separation of church and state are being promoted and passed at a state levelWe need your help to see real change in Oklahoma City and across Oklahoma.

The Secular Coalition for America is forming state chapters across the country. Our chapters will bring together secular Americans in each state to influence government officials, legislation, and regulations. A Secular Coalition for America state chapter is unlike any other nontheistic state organization—it brings together interested organizations and individuals for the exclusive purpose of lobbying government officials.

FreeOK Launches Humanist Gifting Project for the Holidays

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (October 31st, 2013) - The group behind the Oklahoma Freethought Convention have rolled out a new program for winter 2013. The Holiday Humanist Adoption Gifting Project  is the part of FreeOK’s 2013 Giving Drive aimed at providing holiday gifts to children in foster care and shelter placement, as well as families impacted by the government shutdown, this year’s natural disasters and really any cause that has resulted in sacrifices needing to be made in celebrations for the holidays. Read more about FreeOK Launches Humanist Gifting Project for the Holidays

Oklahoma Chapter of AU Annual Meeting

The local chapter for Americans United is holding their annual year-end meeting October 17, 2013, 7 p.m. at Ingrid's Kitchen (3701 N. Youngs Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK). There will be two featured speakers at the event who will tell their story of challenging the Constitutional legitimacy of the 10 Commandments statute currently planted on Capitol grounds. Brady Henderson is the legal director for the local ACLU and Bruce Prescott is the lead plaintiff in the 10 Commandments case as well as a long time advocate of church/state seperation. Read more about Oklahoma Chapter of AU Annual Meeting

FreeOK Launches Humanist Gifting Project for the Holidays

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (October 31st, 2013) - The group behind the Oklahoma Freethought Convention have rolled out a new program for winter 2013. The Holiday Humanist Adoption Gifting Project  is the part of FreeOK’s 2013 Giving Drive aimed at providing holiday gifts to children in foster care and shelter placement, as well as families impacted by the government shutdown, this year’s natural disasters and really any cause that has resulted in sacrifices needing to be made in celebrations for the holidays. Read more about FreeOK Launches Humanist Gifting Project for the Holidays

Oklahoma Chapter of AU Annual Meeting

The local chapter for Americans United is holding their annual year-end meeting October 17, 2013, 7 p.m. at Ingrid's Kitchen (3701 N. Youngs Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK). There will be two featured speakers at the event who will tell their story of challenging the Constitutional legitimacy of the 10 Commandments statute currently planted on Capitol grounds. Brady Henderson is the legal director for the local ACLU and Bruce Prescott is the lead plaintiff in the 10 Commandments case as well as a long time advocate of church/state seperation. Read more about Oklahoma Chapter of AU Annual Meeting

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