The Oklahoma City Pow Wow Club, Oklahoma's oldest Native American Intertribal heritage organization, is sponsoring a PEACEFUL #NODAPLmarch in Oklahoma City. We want this to be the largest Native American protest march ever held in the United States.
Speaker 1: A Standing Rock Tribal Council representative.
Speaker 2: Wallace Coffey - Former 6 term 25 year Chairman of the Comanche.
More as we get them confirmed.
The march is planned to be through the center of downtown Oklahoma City. The current plan is to meet on Robinson Ave, South of the intersection with Sheridan Avenue and North of the entrance to the Cox Convention Center Parking Garage beginning at 9:30 am on Saturday March 11th. At 10 am, will will march North on the Northbound lane (only) of Robinson Ave from Sheridan Ave. Once we pass the Colcord Hotel, we will then take up both lanes. At Park Avenue, we will then turn West to Bicentennial Park, where will have speakers lined up to speak to you from the steps of the Civic Center. This march will be peaceful. We will not make any environmental impact to Oklahoma City by leaving any trash, anywhere, at anytime. We will be courteous to our host city, Oklahoma City at all times. These are the plans as of right now. We will update immediately you if there any changes to this plan. Additional speaker confirmed - Casey Camp Horinek - Ponca Tribal Council