Friday, November 10, 2006

OTU #12 - Save Darfur!, Oklahoma Centennial Kickoff, and Veterans Day

In this episode of "On the U", we discuss the terrible situation in the Darfur region of Sudan. Katarina Haukaas, president of Amnesty International-Tulsa, explains the situation and what "Save Darfur Week" at the university seeks to accomplish.

Check out these important links mentioned in this segment:
Letter to President Bush from
Amnesty International-Tulsa

The State of Oklahoma turns 99 years old on November 16th, kicking off a year-long celebration. We discuss some of the kickoff events including the upcoming fireworks and laser light show in downtown Tulsa.

Learn more about Oklahoma and the centennial by clicking here.

We end the episode by honoring veterans on the occasion of this year's Veterans Day. If you know any veterans, be sure to express your gratitude for the sacrifices they've made to protect freedom and liberty.

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