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http://video.oeta.tv/onr/history/Greenwood_District.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Black History Greenwood District (4:36)

Featured in Preserving History

Award winning Photojournalist, Don Thompson, has spent his life documenting Tulsa's Greenwood District. Once known as America's "Black Wall Street," the community was destroyed in the 1921 Tulsa race riots. Thompson's poignant photographs are the subject of the book, "Hush; Somebody is Calling My Name." One of the book's many admirers is none other than President Obama.

Related Topics: Arts & Entertainment, Culture & Society, History, Biography & Profiles, Community, Race & Ethnicity, United States

Originally broadcast on February 23, 2011

http://video.oeta.tv/a_conversation_with/The_Show.flv A Conversation With...
A Conversation With...

George Henderson (57:50)

George Henderson grew up in Alabama during the Great Depression. The son of sharecroppers, he was expected to rise above his surroundings and pull his family out of poverty. After fleeing to the Midwest, he graduated from college, served in the Air Force and became an educator and community activist. In 1967, Henderson accepted a job as professor at the University of Oklahoma, a place his mentor warned was “a small redneck school in a backward state.” Henderson moved his family into a state and city that was not yet ready for the change he was destined to bring, and began his life’s work. Against the odds, Henderson courageously confronted “institutionalized racism” and led the movement for racial equality at the university and across the state. Henderson inspired his students to chip away at the formidable color barrier that stood in their way and established a new era of human relations in Oklahoma. In celebration of Black History Month, George Henderson shares his experiences in the struggle for civil rights with Dick Pryor in the new OETA production, “A Conversation With….George Henderson.” “A Conversation With…George Henderson” provides a unique and deeply personal account of Oklahoma history through the eyes of one of the nation’s most eloquent and respected civil rights scholars.

Related Topics: Religion & Beliefs, Community, Race & Ethnicity, People & Profiles, United States, Modern, Biography & Profiles, Government, Politics, Race & Ethnicity, Social Issues, Health, Education, Religion & Beliefs

Originally broadcast on February 22, 2011

http://video.oeta.tv/onr/history/Civil_War_Battle_Reenactment.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Civil War Battle Reenactment (2:48)

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Civil War re-enactors pitched camp at Jim Thorpe Park in Yale, Oklahoma as part of their re-enactment of the Battle of Round Mountain.

Related Topics: History, United States, War & Conflict

Originally broadcast on February 18, 2011

http://video.oeta.tv/onr/government/Inauguration_History_and_Dr._Bob_Blackburn_Interview.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Inauguration History and Dr. Blackburn Interview (4:23)

Featured in It's Your Government

Related Topics: History, News & Public Affairs, Technology, Government, Communications & Media

Originally broadcast on January 10, 2011

http://video.oeta.tv/onr/education/Cherokee_Nation_i-pads.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Cherokee Nation i-Pads (4:06)

Featured in 21st Century Classroom

The Cherokee Nation has officially made the leap from Native Culture to Pop Culture. The Cherokee language is the first native language to be featured on the newest i-Phone from Apple: the i-Phone 4. Younger Cherokee generations are now using a language that was nearly forgotten, and taking it into the 21st Century Classroom.

Related Topics: Culture & Society, Parents, History, News & Public Affairs, Technology, Race & Ethnicity, Media & Technology, Education, Civilizations, United States, Science & Technology, Race & Ethnicity, Education, Communications & Media

Originally broadcast on January 5, 2011

http://video.oeta.tv/onr/history/Horned_Rodents.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Horned Rodents (2:52)

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Scientists at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History in Norman say they have found evidence of what may be a new species of ancient rodents that once roamed western Oklahoma. The discovery of these ancient horned rodents was made when a fossil was found inside a section of earth sitting on a museum shelf.

Related Topics: History, Science & Nature, Prehistoric, Natural History, Animals

Originally broadcast on January 4, 2011

http://video.oeta.tv/onr/history/Earhart_Bones.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Earhart Bones (3:00)

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Crucial information about the fate of Amelia Earhart is now in the hands of anthropologists at the University of Oklahoma. They are examining a bone fragment found on an uninhabited South Pacific tropical island by explorers last June.

Related Topics: History, Science & Nature, United States, War & Conflict, Forensics & Investigations

Originally broadcast on December 13, 2010

http://video.oeta.tv/onr/history/John_Ross.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

John Ross Schoolhouse (5:09)

Featured in Preserving History

The Cherokee Nation is working to preserve and restore historic buildings in an effort to promote cultural tourism. Their latest project is the restoration of an old school house in Tahlequah.

Related Topics: Culture & Society, History, Community, United States

Originally broadcast on December 8, 2010

http://video.oeta.tv/oklahoma_forum/FORUM_EDIT_11_21_10.flv Oklahoma Forum
Oklahoma Forum

State Question 755 (27:45)

We discuss the recently-approved State Question 755, which would prohibit Oklahoma judges from looking to legal precepts from other nations or cultures, with: Andrew Spiropoulos, Professor of Law and Director of the Center for the Study of State Constitutional Law and Government, Oklahoma City University School of Law Rick Tepker, Professor of Constitutional Law, Employment Law and Equal Employment Opportunity at the University of Oklahoma College of Law Peter Krug, Professor of Public International Law, International Business Transactions, Human Rights Law, and Comparative Law at the University of Oklahoma College of Law

Related Topics: Religion & Beliefs, World, United States, Business & Economy, Government, Politics, Global Affairs, Religion & Beliefs

Originally broadcast on November 21, 2010

http://video.oeta.tv/onr/history/Perryman_Ranch.flv Oklahoma News Report
Oklahoma News Report

Perryman Ranch (4:00)

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One of Tulsa County’s oldest families celebrates the centennial of their homestead.

Related Topics: History, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on November 17, 2010