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Don Eddy, “Private Parking V,” 1971. (Photo Oklahoma City Museum of Art / Westheimer Family Collection / Provided)

OKCMOA exhibit chronicles over a century of our state’s cultural heritage

OKCMOA exhibit chronicles over a century of our state’s cultural heritage

“We’re still a relatively young museum, and we have a pretty eclectic collection. The exhibition reflects that,” Anderson said.

Joyce Jackson, who was involved in the civil rights sit-ins in Oklahoma City, smiles following a screening of Children of the Civil Rights. Joyce Henderson sits on her left, and Hannibal Johnson sits on her right.

Oklahoma Gazette remembers OKC’s young civil rights leaders

Members of the NAACP Youth Council spurred the civil rights movement in Oklahoma City by conducting peaceful sit-ins at local businesses.

Letters to the Editor: October 21, 2015

Oklahoma Gazette provides an open forum for the discussion of all points of view in its Letters to the Editor section. The Gazette reserves the right to edit letters for length and clarity. Letters can be mailed, faxed, emailed to jchancellor@okgazette.com or sent online at okgazette.com. Include a city of residence and contact number for

County Jail site plan and photos collage, in the Engineering Department inside the County Office Building. (Mark Hancock)

Oklahoma City-County Jail: Flaws were built into current jail, tax vote for new facility might come soon

Accountability. More than anything else, this dominates Oklahoma County’s elected leaders’ thoughts as they and the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce ponder the possibility of calling an election asking voters to consider two jail-related proposed sales taxes.

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