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Category Archives: Neglected Oklahoma

Up Against The Wall, or how I pay the state to lock up my brother (Guest post: Camille Landry)

Written on March 5, 2015 at 11:13 am, by

Camille Landry is a writer, activist, and social justice advocate who lives in Oklahoma City.  This post is part of our “Neglected Oklahoma” series, which tells the stories of Oklahomans in situations where the basic necessities of life are hard… Read more

A tale of two states (Neglected Oklahoma)

Written on January 8, 2015 at 10:56 am, by

Camille Landry is a writer, activist, and social justice advocate who lives in Oklahoma City.  This post is part of our “Neglected Oklahoma” series, which tells the stories of Oklahomans in situations where the basic necessities of life are hard… Read more

Homeless in a heartbeat (Guest Post: Camille Landry)

Written on November 13, 2014 at 3:22 pm, by

Camille Landry Camille Landry is a writer, activist, and social justice advocate who lives in Oklahoma City.  This post is part of our “Neglected Oklahoma” series, which tells the stories of Oklahomans in situations where the basic necessities of life… Read more

Hunger all around (Neglected Oklahoma)

Written on September 10, 2014 at 10:00 am, by

Camille Landry is a writer, activist, and social justice advocate who lives in Oklahoma City.  This post is part of our “Neglected Oklahoma” series, which tells the stories of Oklahomans in situations where the basic necessities of life are hard… Read more

No Exit: The School-to-Prison pipeline (Neglected Oklahoma)

Written on August 27, 2014 at 11:40 am, by

Graphic courtesy of Rethinking Schools (www.rethinkingschools.org) Camille Landry is a writer, activist, and social justice advocate who lives in Oklahoma City.  This post is part of our “Neglected Oklahoma” series, which tells the stories of Oklahomans in situations where the… Read more

Paying a poverty tax: The high cost of being poor in Oklahoma

Written on May 6, 2014 at 11:17 am, by

Camille Landry is a writer, activist, and social justice advocate who lives in Oklahoma City.  This post is part of our “Neglected Oklahoma” series, which tells the stories of Oklahomans in situations where the basic necessities of life are hard… Read more

I get knocked down (Guest post: Camille Landry)

Written on March 26, 2014 at 11:25 am, by

Camille Landry is a writer, activist, and social justice advocate who lives in Oklahoma City.  This post is part of our “Neglected Oklahoma” series, which tells the stories of Oklahomans in situations where the basic necessities of life are hard… Read more

Rip-off U (Guest Post: Camille Landry)

Written on March 5, 2014 at 12:10 pm, by

Camille Landry is a writer, activist, and social justice advocate who lives in Oklahoma City.  This post is part of our “Neglected Oklahoma” series, which tells the stories of Oklahomans in situations where the basic necessities of life are hard… Read more

Tower of Debt (Guest Post: Camille Landry)

Written on January 27, 2014 at 9:40 am, by

Camille Landry is a writer, activist, and social justice advocate who lives in Oklahoma City.  This post is part of our “Neglected Oklahoma” series, which tells the stories of Oklahomans in situations where the basic necessities of life are hard… Read more

Do you want fries with that? (Guest Post: Camille Landry)

Written on January 8, 2014 at 10:54 am, by

Camille Landry is a writer, activist, and social justice advocate who lives in Oklahoma City.  This post is part of our “Neglected Oklahoma” series, which tells the stories of Oklahomans in situations where the basic necessities of life are hard… Read more