We come here to remember those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever. May all who leave here know the impact of violence. May this memorial offer comfort, strength, peace, hope and serenity.®

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Please Give the Gift of Hope This Holiday Season

We would be honored if you would consider making a tax-deductible end-of-year gift to the Memorial. By doing so, you will be listed as one of our 2014 Guardians of the Memorial. Your contribution will help to beautify and preserve this historic Memorial and Museum, ensuring that future generations will continue to learn the life-changing stories and lessons about the brutality of the event and the tenderness of the response. You can give in honor or memory of a loved one or friend by letting us know the name of that person at the time of your gift. You can also make a gift anonymously if you wish to keep your generosity private. More »

2014 <i>Student Essay Contest</i> Winners Announced

2014 Student Essay Contest Winners Announced

Over 2,000 students participated in this year's contest from 11 states. From those essays, teachers submitted their top selections resulting in 741 entries. Winning essays came from students in Nevada and Oklahoma. Each winner will receive a cash prize and have the opportunity to be recognized at a ceremony at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum in January. More »

OCU Law School Students Visit Memorial

Law students from Oklahoma City University (OCU) visited the Memorial Museum this morning. Students saw first hand the investigation and trials of the perpetrators of the Oklahoma City bombing. Harvey Rishikof, chair of the Standing Committee on Law and National Security, spoke with students immediately after their tour. OCU announced the opening of their Judge Alfred P. Murrah Center for Homeland Security Law & Policy, launching formally the weekend of the 20th anniversary of the bombing, April 17-20, 2015. More »