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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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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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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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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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March 2020 Music

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Get a front row seat to some of the best concerts ever recorded!

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2020 Health and Wellness

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Financial and physical wellness on OETA.

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OETA Spring Membership Campaign Launches February 28, 2020

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Your support funds local documentaries, news, and arts & culture programs.

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Black History Month - 2020

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American Masters - Miles Davis: The Birth of Cool and many other programs are coming to OETA this February for Black History Month.

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State of the State - 2020

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Governor Kevin Stitt delivers his second State of the State address live from the capitol.

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A Piece of Home

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Nearly six-hundred thousand Oklahomans fought in WWI and WWII, many making the ultimate sacrifice for freedom. Of those lost, many native sons were never laid to rest on American soil. For nearly a century, these soldiers found their final peace in gardens of stone tended by the descendants of those they defended. One Oklahoma man’s mission is to make sure they aren’t forgotten.

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OETA Premieres New Documentary Chilocco Through the Years on Thanksgiving

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In 1884, the Chilocco Indian School opened just twenty miles north of Ponca City. At the time, it was one of the largest federally funded boarding schools for Native American youth in the country. Now, a new documentary focusing on the schools nearly 100-year history premieres at 7:30 p.m., Nov. 28 on the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA).

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Great Performances: GRAMMY Salute to Music Legends to Air on OETA

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Great Performances presents GRAMMY Salute to Music Legends, 8 p.m., Oct. 18.

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Education Matters Programming Bulletin: Oct. 17, 2019

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This month’s episode, airing 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 14, will focus on addressing student’s emotional needs and strengthening safety and security in Oklahoma schools.

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NOVA Focuses on Infrastructures with Why Bridges Collapse

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How can new engineering technology can be used to protect a bridges infrastructure to prevent failure? That’s the subject of NOVA: Why Bridges Collapse, airing at 8 p.m., Oct. 16 on the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA).

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