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The Story of Oklahoma State NAACP

Organized in 1913, the NAACP reached Oklahoma in 1913 when black leaders founded a local chapter in Oklahoma City. Leaders that included Roscoe Dunjee organized the Oklahoma Conference of Branches, which became the first branch of its kind in the nation. 

Now 110 years later, we still march on. 

Kneeling Protestors
Neck Tattoo
Protest Street Sign
Megaphone Protestor
Protest Signs
Street Corner Protestors
Crowd Protesting
Public Demonstration
Protest Sign
Protest March Signs

Engage Yourself

Help Us Succeed

Worker with Ladder

Organizing an Event

Your Help is Truly Appreciated

Our work is never done, and we can use all the help we can get. One of the ways you can take part is by Organizing an Event. Spread the word about all that Oklahoma State NAACP is doing, and help us gain the support we need.


Be Part of Something Great

Every individual has the ability to motivate others and inspire true change. By Volunteering, you become a crucial part of our movement by making sure that our mission is heard and has a far-reaching, lasting impact.

Using Mobile Phones

The NAACP Team

Innovators, creators, and shapers of the Oklahoma State NAACP Force.

Protest March Signs

"True peace is not merely the absence of tension; it is the presence of justice"

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

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