Oklahoma City National Memorial encouraging acts of kindness through new campaign

K. Querry KFOR-TV

The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum’s ‘Oklahoma Standard’ campaign kicked off during Sunday’s Oklahoma City Thunder game.

Part of the Oklahoma City National Memorial, which contains a chair for each of the 168 victims of the April 19, 1995 bombing.

Part of the Oklahoma City National Memorial, which contains a chair for each of the 168 victims of the April 19, 1995 bombing.

During the month of April, the memorial and museum is asking everyone to perform one act of service, honor and kindness to honor everyone affected by the bombing.

“We are making sure we are teaching the next generation the lessons we learned and how Oklahoma City became the thriving city it is today. It’s important to take what happened here and apply it to today’s world,” said Kari Watkins, Executive Director of the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma Standard’s website.

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