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Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) National Office: Informs United States Congress and Federal Agencies on issues of equality for LGBTQ citizens and provides input to policy makers. Communicates with local chapters on these matters and supports local chapters in their efforts to bring full equality to LGBTQ citizens in their communities.

PFLAG Norman - Provides education to the public on LGBTQ issues; advocates on behalf of equal rights for LGBTQ persons; and supports LGBTQ persons and their families, friends, and allies who benefit from coming together in monthly group sessions to share concerns, celebrations, and issues in a nonjudgmental, supportive environment. PFLAG Norman collaborates with other organizations and with local business, education, and governmental entities to foster a more inclusive community.

Cimarron Alliance Foundation: Nonprofit political action organization promoting awareness and LGBTQ equality in Oklahoma.

The Equalitv Network (TEN): Promotes and advocates for LGBTQ equality in Oklahoma.

Equality Forum: An international LGBTQ civil rights organization with an educational focus.Coordinates LGBTQ History Month, produces documentary films, undertakes high-impact initiatives, and presents the largest annual national and international LGBTQ civil rights summit.

Gay, Lesbian, Straiqht Educational Network (GLSEN): the leading national educational organization focused on ensuring safe schools for all students. It seeks to create school climates where difference is valued and students learn to respect others without regard for sexual orientation or gender identity.

Human Riqhts Campaiqn: America's la rgest civil rights organization working to achieve LGBTQ equality. HRC works at federal and state levels by lobbying elected officials, mobilizinggrassroots organizations, educating the public, and partnering with other organizations.

The Trevor Praject: The leading national organization that focuses solely on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer or Questioning (LGBTQ) youth.

Lambda Leqal: The largest legal organization working for civil rights for LGBTQ persons.

The Welcoming Project: The Welcoming Project began in 2011 to encourage local businesses, health care/service providers, organizations and congregations in Norman to display welcoming signs for the purpose of making LGBTQ individuals and allies feel welcomed as patrons.