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New Season of "Back in Time: Names You Should Know" Starts July 9

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“Back in Time,” OETA’s documentary series on Oklahoma history, illuminates the remarkable lives of three Oklahomans in its third installment of “Names You Should Know.”

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New Season of Gallery America Kicks Off with Tyson Meade

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New host of “Gallery America,” Robert Reid, catches up with Tyson Meade - artist, performer, songwriter, and musician residing in Oklahoma City’s Plaza District.

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Race In Oklahoma

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A discussion of race and racism in Oklahoma, policing, and systemic issues moderated by Yamiche Alcindor of PBS NewsHour.

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Resources to Learn More About Race in Oklahoma

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Learn more about race in Oklahoma with this list of articles, podcasts, and books.

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OETA Special: Race in Oklahoma

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Moderated by PBS NewsHour White House Correspondent Yamiche Alcindor, “Race in Oklahoma” is a special half-hour production from OETA premiering on the station’s statewide broadcast network and Facebook page Thursday, June 18 at 7:30 p.m.

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Essential Viewing to Better Understand Race, Racism & Injustice

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A curated list of local and national documentaries to better inform activism.

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OETA Adjusts June Schedule to Address Race and Racism

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Check here for the latest updates to our June schedule.

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Pride Month on OETA

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“The stakes are really high now, higher than ever. We need to bring barriers down, not build walls. We need to love one another more and see how connected we really are. I think that’s the message of art.” –Terrance McNally

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OETA Art Club

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OETA Art Club is a free program for students grades 6-12 who are passionate about the visual and performing arts.

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OETA Receives $1 Million Donation from Richison Family Foundation

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OETA Receives $1 Million Donation From Paycom CEO, Chad Richison Through Richison Family Foundation

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OETA Extends Distance Learning Program

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OETA continues is distance learning program throughout the summer.

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Too Tough

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In the weeks and months after the release of 462 Oklahoma inmates in November of 2019, Too Tough follows several women as they re-enter civilian life.

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Educación a Distancia

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La Educación a Distancia con la OETA. (Oklahoma Educational Television Authority) La Educación a distancia en el Estado de Oklahoma a través de la televisión por la Autoridad Educativa.

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Distance Learning with OETA

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OETA is collaborating with the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) to provide in-home learning opportunities for students. The goal is to bring parents, students and teachers together with content and curriculum to meet educational needs while schools are closed due to coronavirus.

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OETA Works From Home

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An update from OETA regarding coronavirus/COVID-19

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