First Person: Stories of Hope
The Memorial Mission Statement describes the Memorial as a place that "...should evoke feelings of compassion and hope, and inspire visitors to live their lives more meaningfully."
First Person: Stories of Hope is a program that provides students and Museum visitors an opportunity to hear from people whose stories not only meet that mission, but also allow the audience to experience history – and the Oklahoma Standard – from those who lived it. Speakers include family members, survivors, first responders, journalists, judges, FBI agents, and others directly impacted by the bombing or involved in the investigation and trials.
First Person programs are offered for groups by appointment. Unable to travel to Oklahoma City? Schedule a First Person program via Skype or video conferencing. A First Person Summer Series is offered in the Museum on Fridays at 1:30 during June, July and August.
*For more information or to schedule a First Person presentation, please contact Lynne Roller, Director of Education & Research.
620 N. Harvey, Oklahoma City | 405.235.3313 888.542.HOPE
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