"That day left a scar in our life. It's not going to go away."

Phuong Nguyen talks to her son, Christopher, one of only six children at the day care center in the Alfred P Murrah federal building to survive the Oklahoma City Bombing on April 19, 1995. This is one of two interviews we’re featuring from survivors for the 20th anniversary of the bombing.
Recorded in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Phuong Nguyen talks to her son, Christopher, one of only six children at the day care center in the Alfred ...
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Recorded in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Produced by
Liyna Anwar

Facilitated by
Alex Lyon

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"After all these years, this is the first time we've sat down and actually talked about the bombing."

Willie Watson talks to his son, PJ Allen, one of only six children at the day care center in the Alfred P Murrah federal building to survive the Oklahoma City Bombing on April 19, 1995. This is one of two interviews we’re featuring from survivors for the 20th anniversary of the bombing.
Recorded in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Willie Watson talks to his son, PJ Allen, one of only six children at the day care center in the ...
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Recorded in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Produced by
Liyna Anwar

Facilitated by
Alex Lyon

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Family
Griot
Growing Up
Struggle
Witness

"The only way that I could see out of that situation was to take my life."

Rob Littlefield remembers being bullied in junior high school for being gay.
Recorded in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Rob Littlefield remembers being bullied in junior high school for being gay.
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Recorded in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Produced by
Michael Garofalo

Facilitated by
Jackie Sojico

In Partnership with
Neighborhood Alliance of Central Oklahoma

Themes
Growing Up
LGBTQ
Struggle