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We Remember

The bombing of Oklahoma City’s Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building changed our city and nation forever. Experience the events of April 19, 1995, and the years since that fateful day.

Ways You Can Help: Valuable gifts of time, talent and treasure to the Oklahoma City National Memorial help change lives each and every day. Support the Memorial with a contribution or volunteer your time. You may send your gift to P.O. Box 323, Oklahoma City, OK, 73101, or call toll-free at 1-888-542-HOPE.

Timeline instructions: To navigate the timeline click the timeline area and drag your mouse left or right. You can also use your mouse to click the forward and back arrows located on the sides of the picture, or use the arrow keys for left and right movement.

Timeline instructions: To navigate the timeline swype left or right to view each person's story, or swype left and right in the timeline area to locate an individual name. If the information on the service member extends past the viewing area scroll down by taping in the text area.

April 19, 1995, a day Oklahomans will never forget; 168 of our friends and neighbors killed at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Downtown Oklahoma City, the largest home-grown terror attack in our nation's history. But that dark day dawned something new for our City and our State - The Oklahoma Standard.

We're asking you to share one word that states your feelings about that day, the aftermath and how it touched your lives. Post that word below or use the hashtag #OKStandard on Facebook or Twitter. We will compile those words to create a Word Cloud that joins your thoughts as one, and display the top 100 words.

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