The State of Equality in the City of Tulsa

Shailaja Marion News

Measuring progress toward greater equality in the City of Tulsa: 41.74 out of 100. The LWVMT hopes you will join us Tuesday, September 17th at our Lunch Meet-Up when we will welcome Melanie Poulter, Director of Innovative Data & Research at the Community Service Council of Tulsa.  Melanie has been directing the work for the Tulsa Equality Indicators which is …

Advocacy After Work

Shailaja Marion Announcement

The LWVMT Program Committee would like you to join us for the inaugural happy hour meet-up, Cocktails & Council at 5 p.m. on April 18, 2019, at Hotel Indigo in downtown Tulsa! In attendance we will have City Councilors Jeannie Cue and Cass Fahler of Districts 2 and 5, respectively. It’s an opportunity to sit back, relax, and discuss current …

March Lunch Meet-Up

Shailaja Marion Announcement

The March Lunch Meet-up will be focusing on the topic of immigration. To read up on the LWVUS’ position on immigration, please visit pp.89-90 in the Impact on Issues. Date: Tuesday, March 19, 2019Time: 12:00-1:00pmLocation: YWCA Community Room(1910 S. Lewis Ave.) Arrive early (~11:30am) w/ lunch if you’d like!

January Lunch Meet-Up

Shailaja Marion News

January Lunch Meet-Up Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 12:00 – 1:00 P.M.  Place: YWCA, 1910 S. Lewis (21st and Lewis) First floor Meeting Room You are welcome to come early (11:30 am) to socialize and bring a sack lunch – Guests are always welcome! Topic: Charter Schools LWVTulsa is finalizing our part in the LWVOK’s Education Restudy with a presentation and …