In today’s challenging times, it is critical to listen, learn and take action. Twenty-five years ago, survivors, family members, first responders and community members all came together to create the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum in remembrance of the 168 killed on April 19, 1995, in an act of senseless violence.
Please join the Memorial in continuing to unite individuals in Better Conversations – Looking Back Thinking Forward.
Learn how to:
- Lead Better Conversations in your community
- Create a brave and safe space where people feel empowered to speak up and listen
- Ask powerful questions
- Engage in challenging topics and develop strategies that bring individuals with differing perspectives together.
*Please also note, we require all attendees wear masks, and we will also be following health and safety best practices.