Weekly vigil for Earth in OKC

Batch at Vigil for Earth

Update: After a summer hiatus, VIGILS FOR EARTH  resume Monday Sept. 9, 2019

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Join the public “Vigil for Earth” every Monday noon in OKC, by our enormous VIGIL for EARTH signs: (actual time: 12:15 PM to 12:30 PM)

LOCATION: We gather on the west side of Pennsylvania Ave., across the street from Penn Square Mall, on the grassy lawn by the Verizon Store.

WHAT WE DO: We sing, share readings & personal testimony, wave to traffic, and receive the “Take-Away” of the week, with an Action we can take.

PARKING: Help keep Verizon’s lot free by parking to the west in the Talbots’ lot (or on the north side of Verizon.)

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Peace House sponsors newspaper ad promoting 7% GPT for teachers

GPT Teachers Ad in Tulsa World

The Peace House sponsored a full page ad in the March 1a edition of The Oklahoman and Tulsa World. Here is our press release explaining why: Oklahoma Nonprofit Springs for Teachers An Oklahoma nonprofit organization sponsored full-page ads in Sunday’s Oklahoman and Tulsa World calling for restoration of the seven percent gross production tax on … Read more…

Oklahoma City Civic and Religious Leaders Rally to Oppose Discriminatory Policies of Trump Administration

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – – Americans Against the Next War (AANW) with a coalition of Oklahoma civic and religious groups announces a rally to be held Friday, February 10, 2017, at 1:00 pm, on the south plaza of the Oklahoma State Capitol. The public is invited. The rally is in concert with demonstrations across the … Read more…

Alert for Oklahoma Gazette readers

Alert for Oklahoma Gazette readers

The Oklahoma Gazette ran the WRONG AD in today’s 11/2/16 edition.

Please share this CORRECT INFORMATION to friends and allies:

Oklahoma City’s 31st annual Peace Festival will be held Saturday, Nov. 12th, from 10 am to 4 pm, in the Civic Center Music Hall’s “Hall of Mirrors.”  The event is free and open to the public.      

Booths and tables of some 50 organizations working in social justice, human service and environmental sustainability display information and sell books, calendars and crafts. 

Select vendors offer fair trade and home-made items for sale, making the Peace Festival a holiday shopping opportunity for good causes. 

Live entertainment and a Children’s Activity Room make the event an inspiring visit for families and friends of peace and local efforts making a difference in all our lives.