The third annual Muslim Day at the Capitol gave participants a chance to speak to their lawmakers about concerns in person.
Groups continue to promote diversity, unity and progress in the face of the recent political and community climate.
CFN looks back on 2016 and makes predictions about what Okies will get up to in 2017.
An Army reservist was asked to leave a gun range in Oktaha after the owners found out he is Muslim.
Muslims in Oklahoma and abroad need our help, not our fear, racism, xenophobia or Islamophobia.
News that the U.S. might take in refugees sparked debate among Oklahomans.
Recent incidents of terrorism and cultural and generational differences pose problems for Muslim Oklahomans, especially during the holiday season.
Oklahoma Conference of Churches holds it annual dinner and hands out ecumenist, interfaith and community service awards.
The first ever Muslim Day at the Oklahoma Capitol featured both supporters and protesters.
Oklahoma Muslims can become the target of fear and hate as acts of terror cloud public’s view of religion.