Join CAIR-OK at the Women’s March of Oklahoma on Saturday, January 21 at 10 am
The Women’s March is a national movement to unify and empower everyone who stands for human rights, civil liberties, and social justice for all. We gather in community to find healing and strength through tolerance, civility, and compassion. We welcome all people to join us as we unite locally and nationally. Join us on January 21st as we march in solidarity with our sister marches around the globe. 
What: Women’s March on Oklahoma
When: Saturday, January 21 | March 10 am | Rally 11 am
Where: Oklahoma State Capitol, South Plaza
Meet Anna Facci: Featured Speaker at the Women’s March on Oklahoma
Anna Facci wants to live in a world where there is more self-love, more community trust, and more people who aspire to be like Wonder Woman. She received her Masters of Science in Sociology from Oklahoma State University in 2014, where she focused her research on gender, social movements, and social media.

An activist and advocate with over 10 years of experience, Anna has been involved in numerous protest groups, social organizations, and political campaigns focused on restoring and ensuring justice and equality for all Oklahomans. Passionate about matching her personal convictions and her professional work, Anna currently serves as the Government Affairs Director for the Council on American-Islamic Relations Oklahoma Chapter.

In her position as Government Affairs Director, Anna represents the interests of the Oklahoma Muslim community before the Oklahoma state legislature and government. Anna also actively works to build network and coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding to support policies that promote civil rights, diversity, and freedom of religion, and oppose policies that perpetuate inequality, permit racial, ethnic or religious profiling, or prevent Muslims and others from fully participating in American civic life.

Previously the Operations and Events Coordinator for CAIR-OK, Anna has organized events for thousands of individuals in the Oklahoma Muslim and broader faith communities. She has been at the head of organizing events such as Oklahoma Muslim Day at the Capitol, Muslim Youth Leadership Symposium, Oklahoma Muslim Gamechangers, and CAIR-OK’s Annual Ramadan Iftar.

Prior to joining the CAIR-OK team, Anna worked as an Adjunct Instructor of Sociology at Oklahoma State University, an Account Executive with Skyfire Media, and Program Manager for Women Lead Oklahoma, an OKC-based nonprofit that encourages women to find leadership roles within their communities.