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The Good Fight: Oklahoma City Sit-Ins

Less than 30 minutes

Brought to you by

Oklahoma Historical Society

Cost

“The Good Fight: Oklahoma City Sit-Ins” tells the inspiring story of the Oklahoma City sit-in movement, which started in 1958. You’ll learn how students used non-violent protests to help end segregation in public places (like restaurants) across Oklahoma. It even includes interviews with sit-in participants!

Best to access this resource on desktop (not mobile).

Activity Type:

  • Virtual

Level:

Beginner-friendly

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