Jun 23, 2013
The Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice is the only organization in Tulsa with the singular mission of fighting bias, bigotry, and racism while promoting understanding among all cultures, races and religions. With this mission in mind, OCCJ is pleased to announce a new community building initiative, Tulsa Unites.
Tulsa Unites seeks to bring Tulsans together across racial, socio-economic, and cultural lines. Using music, film and dialogue, this initiative aims to instill a sense of community and pride, bridging our differences and uniting us as one
The free concert runs from 3 to 6 p.m. Also included will be: children’s activities; an interactive culture fair; face painting; food trucks and more!
Performers for this event are national touring artist Eric Himan, local musician Brian Williams (John Moreland and the Dust Bowl Souls), and Dorothy Stone & Friends, graduates of the Dorothy Stone Master Class Series.
Agencies from around the Tulsa area will be representing cultures from around the world. Culture booths are being hosted by TU, OSU-Tulsa, Tulsa Scottish Alliance, and more!
Contact Maggie Jewell at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to become a Tulsa Unites sponsor.
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