The Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA)
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For the past three decades, the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy has been dedicated to helping Oklahomans be voices for Oklahoma’s future by educating more individuals about the fundamentals and importance of advocacy. We want people to know advocacy does not have to be a complex or intimidating process. In fact, advocacy doesn’t have to be complicated at all. Advocacy can be as simple as picking up a phone to call an elected official or writing a letter to the editor of a local newspaper to create awareness around an issue that is close to your heart.

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