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OKC Metro

Music Special (27:44)

We feature Oklahoma-grown artists in this "all music" special. Ann-Janette, the Joe Settlemires Quartet, Edgar Cruz, and Wally Brown share their musical talents with us.

Originally broadcast on August 15, 2009

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OKC Metro

Platt College, Chickasaw Elders (27:44)

We meet the President of a metro college whose priority is helping students choose, and achieve, a life of significance. We also visit with a very successful husband-and-wife team whose latest creative project pays tribute to the elders of the Chickasaw Nation.

Originally broadcast on February 27, 2010

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OKC Metro

Voting Rights, Oklahoma Territorial Museum (27:45)

We pay tribute to the sacrifices and triumphs of African-Americans. We focus on the success of voting rights in the South, and how that eventually led to the election of President Obama. We have a poetry reading from acclaimed African-American poet, Lucille Clifton, and we learn more about the African-American experience during Oklahoma's territorial days. In observance of "Black History Month," Metro producer Debra Martin put together a photo essay of some of the milestones in the struggle for civil rights in America.

Originally broadcast on January 30, 2010