Please join Poverty Law Group on Thursday., March 30, at 1:00 pm in Room 509 for the fifth part of our series on Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion presented by the OCCJ Coalition. Lunch will be provided.
These OCCJ presentations are designed to stimulate discussion among students and provide training on diversity, equality, and inclusion. By attending this event, students will learn how to better represent future clients while also helping eliminate bias, bigotry, and racism in Oklahoma.
On behalf of Poverty Law Group and Christian Legal Society, all students, staff, and faculty are all invited and encouraged to attend a talk from Distinguished OCU Alumna, Alice Iddi-Gubbels, Founder of PAMBE Ghana. Wednesday, November 16, 5:00 p.m. in Room 509.
Food will be provided!
PAMBE Ghana is an Oklahoma-based 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports a bilingual school in a remote and underserved area of Northern Ghana, West Africa. La’Angum Learning Center currently serves more than 260 students in grades pre-K through sixth, and graduated their first class this summer. Students are from a variety of faiths, four remote villages, different tribal backgrounds, but they share similarities: their families value and are willing to work for their children’s education, their parents are poor subsistence farmers, and most cannot read or write. So far, every child who has started at the Learning Center continues to attend or has graduated–no child has dropped out.
You are invited to the Poverty Law Group Meeting
Monday, October 31 at 1, in room 502
Brady Henderson from the ACLU will be presenting on “Free Speech, Panhandling, and New Battles in the War on Poverty”
Tim Gatton’s famous cookies will be provided!
A big thank you to Professor Gatton for his delicious donation!
Halloween costumes are welcome! See you there!
The OCCJ Coalition is Proud to Announce:A Five-‐Part Series on Diversity, Equality, & Inclusion
Please join the Student Bar Association Executive Board Thursday, October 20th at 1:00 pm for the second part of our series on Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion presented by the OCCJ Coalition. These presentations are designed to stimulate discussion amongst students and provide training on
diversity, equality, and inclusion. By attending this event, students will learn how to better represent future clients, while also helping eliminate bias,
bigotry, and racism in Oklahoma.
*Certificate of Completion Program: Students who attend 75% (3 out of 4) OCCJ Presentations shall receive a Certificate of Completion.
The OCCJ Coalition is made up of the following organizations:
• The Oklahoma Center for Community & Justice
• The OCU Law Chapter of the American Bar Association
• John E. Greene Black Law Students Association
• Native American Law Students Association
• Organization for Advancement of Women in the Law
• Poverty Law Group
• Phi Alpha Delta
• Catholic Law Student Association
• Student Bar Association Executive Board
• Public Interest Law Group