First Person - Stories of Hope, an Oklahoma City National Memorial Education & Outreach Program, is designed to give Museum visitors an opportunity to hear from family members, survivors and rescue workers the remarkable stories of their experiences from April 19, 1995, to the present, and to experience first hand how tragedy was transformed into hope.
The program is offered each Friday through Labor Day at 1:30 p.m. in the Memorial Museum’s Children’s Area. The program is no additional cost to Memorial Museum visitors.
KWTV News 9, Newsok.com and The Oklahoman are partners in First Person. Following a brief video introduction of the program, moderators introduce the speaker and conduct a 20 – 25 minute interview followed by a 10 – 15 minute question/answer session.
“Speakers for First Person are drawn from the Museum’s volunteers and board/committee members -- people who have a demonstrated commitment to the Memorial’s mission,” said Memorial Executive Director Kari Watkins.
The following people are scheduled to share their story.
August 5 Debbie Gomez – family member
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