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ONR 01-10-14

Dick In Bangladesh

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For the past several days, Dick Pryor has been in Bangladesh, as part of a delegation visiting media outlets in that developing country. Dick is one of nine American media professionals on the trip, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and Gaylord college of journalism and mass communication at the University of Oklahoma.

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Originally broadcast on January 10, 2014

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JFK 50 years later
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Originally broadcast on November 22, 2013

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ONR 11-08-13

Full Interview with Ambassador Limbert

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Full lenght interview with former ambassador John Limbert.

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Originally broadcast on November 8, 2013

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Newsmaker Interview

Former Ambassador John Limbert

Newsmaker interview with former ambassador John Limbert.

Related Topics: World, United States, Politics, National Security, Global Affairs

Originally broadcast on November 8, 2013

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To Ourselves and Our Posterity

Robert Henry, President of Oklahoma City University and former Chief Judge of the US 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, host Oklahoma Speaker of the House, TW Shannon; US Representative Tom Cole, 4th District, Oklahoma; and Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals Judge, Arlene Johnson, as they discuss the United States Constitution. This in-depth discussion of our nations governing document includes discussions on the Founding Fathers, the Bill of Rights, States Rights, and the relationship between the US Government and Native American Tribes.

Related Topics: United States, Government, Politics, Race & Ethnicity

Originally broadcast on September 17, 2013

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ONR 8-30-13

Oklahoma Stories: Cherokee History

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In this 'Oklahoma Stories,' we take a look at the history of the state's largest Native American tribe.

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Originally broadcast on August 30, 2013

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Oklahoma News Report


On the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's 'I Have A Dream' speech, we look at the impact of the celebrated speech, and how far some Oklahomans feel we still have to go to fully realize that dream. Then, a look at the state's historic black towns--founded before statehood and free of discrimination, these dwindling townships still have lessons to teach about equality. In health news, Oklahoma continues to improve in smoking, but a new study points out areas that could use improvement, and a look at the growing concern over drug resistant bacteria. Plus, congressional town halls, an update on the Cherokee Capitol, and a visit to the Oklahoma River, on this ONR.

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Originally broadcast on August 23, 2013

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ONR 8-23-13

Black Townships in Oklahoma

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In a pre-statehood Indian Territory, many African-Americans banded together to form towns free of racism and prejudice, places where their children didn't experience discrimination until they left town. Now many of these historic townships are dwindling, but their lessons carry on.

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Originally broadcast on August 23, 2013

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Oklahoma Forum

Race Relations & the March on Washington

August 28th is the 50th anniversary of the "I Have A Dream" speech at the 1963 March on Washington. That speech led to a greater awareness of race relations and passage of the Civil Rights Act and Voting Rights Act over the next two years. But civil rights is a work in progress, and today we discuss the speech and where race relations have come over the last half-century, with Currie Ballard, historian and producer of the Emmy award-winning "Ebony Chronicles"; Joyce Henderson, retired educator who attended the March on Washington as a high school student in Oklahoma City; Dr. Pauline Harris, Human Rights Coordinator for Tulsa Public Schools and Professor of African-American Studies at Tulsa Community College; and, State Representative Mike Shelton, democrat from Oklahoma City, a graduate of Langston University and a member of the legislative black caucus.

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Originally broadcast on August 25, 2013

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Oklahoma News Report


Even a Supreme Court ruling can't fully halt an ongoing custody battle that hinges on the father's Native American roots, and a rarely heard of law meant to keep tribal families together. The drums of war continue to pound in Syria, and former war correspondent Mike Boettcher explains the conflict as one bipartisan group asks for less military action on America's part, and more humanitarian aid. The application of drones in science and rescue operations grows, but so do the concerns over privacy. Plus, cyber security, the origin of the notorious parking meter, and a trip to the movies on this ONR.

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Originally broadcast on July 12, 2013