Archive for July, 2009
Wrongful Convictions: Working Towards Solutions
Join us for a free symposium exploring solutions to prevent wrongful convictions in Oklahoma
WHERE: OU Law School, Bell Courtroom.
The Law Center is located at 300 Timberdell Road, Norman, approximately one mile south of OU’s main campus.
WHEN: Friday, April 30. From 5 pm to 9 pm. WHO: More >
The ACLU of Oklahoma is switching to a bi-yearly newsletter publication schedule for the Liberty newsletter. New issues will be produced for Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter.
July 21, 2009
A musician was arrested at the Cherokee Casino in Catoosa, Okla., last week for allegedly trampling an American flag as part of his act. According to The Tulsa World, the musician was originally charged with treating the U.S. flag with indignity, and the complaint was later amended More >
The ACLU of Oklahoma is currently accepting nominations for the Angie Debo Civil Liberties Award and the Fran Morris Civil Liberties in Media Award to be presented at this year’s Bill of Rights Celebration. The Angie Debo Award was established in 1977 to recognize those who have provided exceptional More >
Rep. Sally Kern’s Morality Crusade had its big day at the state Capitol. ACLU staff and friends were on hand to protest this violation of the separation of church and state.