Oklahoma City Survivors Offer Support to Other Victims

The Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism is dedicated to preventing and reducing terrorism and mitigating its effects. Originally incorporated, on September 23, 1999, as a non-profit corporation in Oklahoma and recognized as a charitable organization by the Internal Revenue Service, MIPT grew out of the desire of the survivors and families of the Murrah Federal Building bombing of April 19, 1995 to have a living memorial. They intend to honor that desire by doing what they can to try to prevent other cities from living through what Oklahoma City had to live through. MIPT has created a web page for targeted information on the attacks. It includes emergency numbers, links to government agencies, news organizations, and laws/directives from the White House and Congress, as well as information on how they are fighting, and trying to prevent terrorism. Contact MIPT, P.O. Box 889, Oklahoma City, OK 73101; 405-232-5121; 800-542-HOPE

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