Community Conversation: CFF x Still She Rises

Still She Rises 608 E 46th St N, Tulsa, OK, United States

Join Still She Rises on August 18th from 6pm-7:30pm! They state, "this conversation is an opportunity for us to better understand your personal concerns and discover ways we can improve our community. We look forward to seeing you and ask that you provide your honest feedback on the needs and aspirations of the Tulsa community. We will start promptly at […]

Community Conversation: Locking Up Oklahoma’s Mothers – How We’re Harming Families

Only 4% of the world’s female population live in the U.S., but the U.S. accounts for over 30% of the world’s incarcerated women. Oklahoma holds the second highest spot for incarcerating women, mostly due to over-incarcerating women dealing with drug or alcohol addictions, especially mothers. Additionally, according to Vera Institute, incarcerated women are more likely to enter with a history […]

OCJR at OKC MLK Parade

Join us as we walk in the 2023 OCK MLK Parade! We will continue to work for a more equitable system as notable leaders have for decades before us. We are particularly moved by Dr. King's words of, "We shall overcome because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice." Staging area 10:00 am to 4:00 […]

OCJR Speaking Engagement at 2023 Oklahoma High School Mock Trial MLK Tournament

Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform is proud to be a keynote speaker at the 2023 Oklahoma High School Mock Trial Pre-season Tournament.   Our Interactive Marketing Manager and former Owasso High School and Stanford University mock trialer, presented on our upcoming legislative priorities as well as the need for youth to be involved in creating a criminal justice system that […]

OCJR at NAMI Mental Health Conference

Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform is proud to not only table, but to attend the 2023 NAMI Mental Health Conference. Join us at our table to learn more about SQ781 and the need for legislators to finally invest in our communities, as well as uphold the letter of the law.