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Gov George Night urges about 150 persons attending ground breaking ceremonies for a new center to help raise money needed for construction." If you want to know who was on the right side of history at that moment, those helping lead fund-raising for its reconstruction included then Lt. The Freedom Center was once again rebuilt and in 1992 its address was changed from Eastern to Martin Luther King Avenue. Luper returned to teaching but the Freedom Center at the heart of the city’s civil rights community through the 1990s. The original leaders of the movement, including Luper, passed away but their legacy, their legends, have not been forgotten. For the past decade, the building has stood empty, cracks tearing apart its façade and the civic pride it once inspired faded.
Luper's heart, however, remained at Freedom Center. Sadly, a half century after that first firebombing, we are living in an age where racial hatred and bigotry is making a comeback. Oklahoma City, so far, is going in an opposite direction and community leaders and those at City Hall are standing up for diversity and inclusiveness.
The building is a reminder of the movement’s refusal to stand down in their fight.
The Freedom Center was serving as a home for both vocational training classes and discussions aimed at overcoming the strife between blacks and whites.
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The following is a recap of his recent presentation to the city council.
Once again, we have a dream of making Freedom Center something bigger and more meaningful.
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Such efforts were met with a firebombing that gutted the Freedom Center in September 1968. Luper and the NAACP hoped to raise money to build a second building that would house a civil rights library, classrooms and administrative offices.
"Framed in the charred remains of a window in the burned NAACP Freedom Center, Lt. The original Freedom Center was rebuilt, the remainder of the vision was never realized as Luper’s group had to deal with yet another firebombing in 1970.