Welcome to occjok.org, the online home of the Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice (OCCJ).
Since 1958, the organization (formerly NCCJ – “National Conference for Christians and Jews”) has fought to overcome bias, bigotry, and racism. In 2005, OCCJ was formed to continue this work and is the only organization in Oklahoma with this singular mission.
OCCJ’s programs emphasize the education of children and adults on issues of diversity and inclusion in our community. Our programs focus on the topics of interfaith and interracial dialogue, discrimination awareness and prevention, and learning to live together with our deepest differences.
This year, OCCJ will host the National Federation for Just Communities (NFJC) Annual Conference, with affiliates from many different areas of the country attending. We’re excited to welcome our NFJC colleagues to Tulsa and to share with them some of our rich history and diversity.
Please join us, and numerous others, in support of the OCCJ mission. There are many ways to participate and a wide variety of membership levels. Your support will help us continue our programming, which does so much to make our city and our state an inclusive and inviting place for all.