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First Person: Stories of Hope
Features Jon Wallace, Friday, June 18
Join us this summer for a First Person: Stories of Hope program. Family members, survivors, first responders, journalists, and people involved with rebuilding our city and creating the Memorial will share the remarkable stories of their experiences from April 19, 1995, to the present. Museum visitors can ask questions and learn firsthand how tragedy was transformed into hope. First Person is offered in the Museum on Fridays at 1:30 p.m. from June 4th to August 27th, or for groups by appointment. The program is included free with Museum admission.
June 18, 1:30p.m.
Watch Wallace’s comments about the Oklahoma Standard and the importance of teaching about the impact of violence through the story of the Oklahoma City bombing.
Salvation Army Disaster Social Services Director in 1995
Jon Wallace served as the Salvation Army Disaster Social Services Director following the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. He has served in various roles in disaster recovery and human services administration with the federal government and in the nonprofit and faith-based sectors with the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army, responding to the 9.11 attacks and Columbine High School shootings as well as Hurricane Katrina and other man-made and natural disasters.
Wallace is currently a Voluntary Agencies Liaison with the US Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Disaster Assistance Division in Denver, CO, and has begun work on a Master of Divinity degree.
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