Human Rights Alliance
3209 S. Oklahoma Ave.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73129
In a blatant disregard for the Human Rights of Oklahomans, the Oklahoma legislature and an executive order from the Governor has dissolved the Human Rights Commission and other commissions that affect our community. To fill this void, the Oklahoma Universal Human Rights Alliance formed.
The mission of Oklahoma Universal Human Rights Alliance (OUHRA) is to be a guardian of liberty for all human beings. Working daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties the Constitution and laws of the United States guarantees everyone in this country. OUHRA will promote equity for all Humans by working for social justice. OUHRA will provide a voice for those whose rights have been violated based on race, gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, disability, appearance, political affiliation, religious belief or non-belief, and economic status. OUHRA will seek to assist these individuals to obtain the justice that is their right.
Our Next Scheduled Event
Second International Sovereignty Conference
June 12-13, 2016
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June 12, 2016
June 13, 2016
St. Gregory's University (Shawnee OK)
Oklahoma State Capitol
The First Conference took place in Puerto Rico in 1980. It was sponsored by the University of Puerto Rico, the Puerto Rico Bar Association and the Indian Controlled School Boards.
This SECOND INTERNATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY CONFERENCE 2016 is sponsored by the Oklahoma Universal Human Rights Alliance.
Day 1 - Multi-cultural activities will be held in Shawnee, Oklahoma, on the campus of St. Gregory's University from 1 pm-5 pm. Different nations will display and perform the vast richness of their cultures.
Day 2 - Activities will be held at the State Capitol in Oklahoma City. From 10 am - 4 pm.
Representatives from Mexico and the United States will discuss the International Trilateral Trade Agreement known as NAFTA -North-American Free Tade Agreement -Tratado de Libre Comercio ( a synopsis 26 years later).
From 2 pm- 5 pm the Puerto Rican political representatives from the PDP, PNP and PIP will discuss the political status issue and the "70 Billion dollar debt".
What Does Sovereignty Mean?
And more important,
What Does Sovereignty Mean To YOU!
Click here to Voice your thoughts on "Sovereignty"
and include your input in this years Conference!
For input or information contact:
Human Rights Alliance
Note: We are a platform for free expression
and are non-partisan.
We will have three panels: International,
National and State.
For more information contact:
276-365-8472 or 2763-OKUHRA