Oklahoma City National Memorial Foundation
The Oklahoma City National Memorial Foundation was set up in 1995 in the aftermath of the Oklahoma Bombing of 19 April that year. Its purpose was to develop an appropriate memorial to the victims and survivors. It proposed a memorial consisting of three components. One component was the Oklahoma City Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism and Violence, which would become the Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism.
- Oklahoma City Memorial Foundation Mission Statement (accessed 9 May 2008)
- see PR Newswire, ‘Oklahoma City Memorial International Design Competition Announced’, 14 November 1996