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On June 2, 2022, the Jewish Federation of Tulsa held a banquet honoring those for their commitment to creating legislation requiring Holocaust education in all Oklahoma schools. Ginnie Graham of the Tulsa World, recaps the night and reminds us yet again why this type of legislative work is so important in her article.

Pictured at the Jewish Federation of Tulsa Holocaust education event are Rodger Randle (from left), director of the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa Center for Studies in Democracy and Culture and a former state lawmaker, Charlotte Schuman. chairwoman of the Council for Holocaust Education; Harriet Whitting, president of the American Jewish Committee in Dallas; state Rep. John Waldron: state Sen. Carol Bush: state Sen. Adam Pugh: and state Sen. Jo Anna Dossett.

The Jewish Federation of Tulsa is hosted a special dinner honoring:

The Honorable Rodger Randle
State Representative Carol Bush
State Senator J.J. Dossett
State Senator Jo Anna Dossett
State Senator Adam Pugh
State Representative John Waldron

For their commitment to Holocaust Education in all Oklahoma Schools.

June 2, 2022 6:30 p.m.
The Jewish Federation of Tulsa

2021 East 71 Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136

Jewish Federation of Tulsa and Greater Oklahoma City Committee on Holocaust Education

Charlotte Schuman, Chairperson

The Honorable Rodger Randle

State Representative Carol Bush

State Senator J.J. Dossett

State Senator Jo Anna Dossett

State Senator Adam Pugh

State Representative John Waldron

Randee Charney
Yolanda Charney
Drew Diamond

Dr. Jan Finer
Mike Kornbilt
Brina Reinstein

Jolene Sanditen
Barbara Sylvan
Nancy Wolov

Aida Nozick, Executive Director, Jewish Federation of Tulsa
Nancy Pettus, Director of Holocaust Education, Jewish Federation of Tulsa
Rachel Johnson, Executive Director, Jewish Federation Greater Oklahoma City
Edie Roodman, Executive Director, OKIE, Oklahoma Israel Exchange