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Pridefest

OKC Pride Alliance announces Pridefest June 24-26 at Scissortail Park

The Oklahoma City Pride Alliance has announced the 2022 Pridefest and Parade for the weekend of June 24, 25, 26.
Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year celebration adds color, sound to OKC Asian District

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Cymbals, drums and whistles energetically marked the pace of the Lion Dance celebrating the Lunar New Year in OKC's Asian District.
Carol Hefner

CAIR-OK condemns mayoral candidate’s statements on Islam

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The Council on American-Islamic Relations in Oklahoma (CAIR-OK) issued a statement condemning a call by Carol Hefner to "eradicate" islam.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day parade

OKC’s 42nd annual Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration is Jan. 16-17

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The 42nd annual celebration of the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is this weekend, January 16th and Monday, January 17.
Rother

Construction continues on what will be the largest Catholic Church in Okla

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Progress is being made on the new campus and church that will eventually be the shrine for Blessed Stanley Rother in south OKC.
Lucha Libre

Lucha Libre! Mexican pro wrestling comes to eager fans in south OKC

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Lucha Libre (Free Fighting) is one of the most popular sports in Mexico and it is finding its way into Oklahoma City’s south side. 
Dia de los Muertos

Dia de los Muertos celebration in downtown OKC draws thousands

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Over five thousand people attended the Dia de los Muertos celebration at Scissortail Park in Downtown OKC Sunday.
Fiestas

Las Fiestas de las Americas returns to OKC with pride in Hispanic culture

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More than 1,000 people gathered Saturday in the Historic Capitol Hill District to see the Fiestas de las Americas famous multicultural parade.
LCDA

Latino Community Development Agency expands services and locations

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The Latino Community Development Center is opening a new location in the Historic Capitol Hill District during Hispanic Heritage Month.

Latino Community Development Agency celebrates 30 years of service

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The Latino Community Development Agency celebrated its 30th anniversary with a recognition and awards luncheon Sept. 22.