Oklahoma City National Memorial Trust Law and Legal Definition

The Oklahoma City National Memorial Trust (“Trust”) is an organization honoring the victims, survivors, and rescuers, affected by the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995. It is established by the Oklahoma City National Memorial Act [16 USCS § 450ss]. The Trust is located in Oklahoma. The main activities of the Trust are to conduct group tours and museum visitation. The purpose of the Trust are the following:

1. Educating visitors about the impact of violence,;

2.Informing visitors about events surrounding the bombing; and

3.Inspiring hope and healing through lessons learned by those affected.