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OKG Newsletter

Topic: discrimination

Delayed reaction

A measure to amend the city’s nondiscrimination policy will be revisited at the Nov. 15 council meeting.


Clifton Adcock

The Oklahoma City Council will consider at its Nov. 15 meeting whether to add “sexual orientation” to the nondiscrimination policy for city employees, after the topic was tabled during its Oct. 25 meeting.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Don’t discriminate

Letters to the Editor

Rob Bennet
In response to “Bad move, Oklahoma City Council” by Steve Kern (Letters, Dec. 7, Oklahoma Gazette): as an Oklahoman, religions scholar and self-proclaimed independent when it comes to religious affiliation, I would like to say to Steve Kern, your hypocrisy was a bad move.
Wednesday, January 18, 2012

A question of equality

A state question on next month’s ballot seeks to ban affirmative action in the public sector.


Rachel Curtis
A state question appearing on the Nov. 6 ballot would effectively end affirmative action for women and racial minorities in the public sector statewide.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012


Letters to the Editor

David Grow
The deceptively titled Scientific Education and Academic Freedom Act, House Bill 1674, by Rep. Gus Blackwell is again being considered this year in the Legislature.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Islamic advocacy group celebrates SQ755 defeat


Ben Felder
Defeating an anti Sharia law amendment was the highlight of the past year for an Islamic advocacy group in Oklahoma.
Monday, April 7, 2014

It’s a different world since 2008


Gazette staff
BOK Financial Corporation, a Tulsabased bank that operates many different financial institutions across the county, recently settled out of court on an age and gender discrimination lawsuit that accused the bank of firing two employees of the Bank of Albuquerque.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014