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Tulsa & Oklahoma City

Posted on July 2, 2023

– Sammy Feldman The day started with a short bus ride into Tulsa, Oklahoma, specifically the Greenwood District, where we visited a museum called Greenwood Rising. At the museum, we learned the story of the Tulsa Race Massacre through images, videos, and testimonies from the survivors. This museum taught me what the massacre was, as Continue Reading »

Day 7 – Oklahoma City and Dodge City

Posted on July 4, 2022

by Hannah Rubin   We had a late start today at only 8:15 am! We ate our breakfast and then moved to the lobby where we had our framing discussion for gun control and gun violence prevention, talks we’ll have later in the week. We talked about the roots of gun violence, the second amendment, Continue Reading »

Day 6 – Tulsa and Oklahoma City

Posted on July 3, 2022

by Sasha Levine   Today we woke up in the middle of Oklahoma. After eating breakfast at the hotel, we headed on the bus to go to Tulsa. In Tulsa, we went to many different museums. The first one was the Greenwood Rising museum, where we learned all about the Tulsa Race Massacre. In the Continue Reading »

Day 7 – Tulsa and OKC

Posted on July 4, 2021

By Elana Chernoff This year was the first time Etgar has been to Tulsa, Oklahoma and it was well worth it!    In Oklahoma, there are many reservations because as time went on the people kept moving the Native Americans more east. It is where the farmland is not great so they were pushed here. Continue Reading »

Day 7 – Oklahoma City

Posted on July 7, 2019

by Jonah Schulman    We started off today in Dallas listening to a speaker and author named William Federer about bringing Christianity into the U.S. and U.S. government. This was the opposite view point of the discussion we had in Little Rock about the need to keep church and state separate. He began with an Continue Reading »

Day Seven – Oklahoma City

Posted on July 1, 2018

by Ben Goldstone: We started off the day with breakfast at the Holiday Inn and got on the road to go to Oklahoma City, OK. We stopped for lunch on the way and continued to OKC where we observed the Families Belong Together immigration rally on not separating children, in front of the capital building. Continue Reading »