2020 Oklahoma Muslim Day at the Capitol

Join us on March 2 for our 6th Annual Oklahoma Muslim Day at the Capitol

Guide to Islam and Muslims in Oklahoma

Learn more about the most diverse religious community in our state

Hijacked By Hate: American Philanthropy and the Islamophobia Network

Read the 2019 Islamophobia Report from CAIR National.

WATCH: A Voice for the Oklahoma Muslim Community

Witness the positive impact of CAIR-OK’s Government Affairs Work

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Advocacy

CAIR-OK advocates for a better understanding of Islam in Oklahoma by building bridges of understanding and respect.

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Civil Liberties

CAIR-OK fights for the rights of all Oklahomans by defending our Constitution and promoting equality and justice for all.

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Promoting Dialogue

CAIR-OK promotes dialogue by engaging in conversations with those that will partner with us for a better future.

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From the Blog

When Everyone Counts – Everyone Wins

In 2010, I was 27 years old and had just embarked upon a new chapter in my life: a Master’s degree program, my recent marriage to the love of my life, and a new career. I...

CAIR-OK 2020 Policy Platform

Each year, CAIR Oklahoma (CAIR-OK) develops policy priorities to advance key issues and promote civic engagement among Oklahoma Muslims. The priorities are informed by...

“Disgusting”

There is a sign off the highway in North Oklahoma City. It is red and blue with “Islam” written in large white print on the red side, and the prophets listed in...

Our mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

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