Often unknown or recognized for their contributions to society.
Honoring ten significant administrators, teachers or support personnel each year since 2011.
Ten selected individuals honored during induction ceremony the last Friday in September at the Oklahoma History Center.
To provide a means for the education community in Oklahoma to investigate the unique and significant role of past and present-day African American educators.
To identify, acknowledge, and celebrate careers of distinguished African American Educators.
To document the journey of past and present educators and evolve as future generations contribute to their legacies. Also, to seek and secure private gifts, grants, and public funding to support the mission.
President: Dr. Donnie L. Nero Sr.
"Footprints" are extensions of the programs which include the inductee bios and a pictorial history of their family life.
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The OAAE Hall of Fame, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the history of Oklahoma African American educators and promoting a philosophy of sharing their educational heritage.
Site location: 302 West Main
Clearview, Oklahoma 74880
Exit 227 - Interstate I-40 - Six miles East of Okemah.
110126 N 3830 Rd. Clearview, OK 74880, US
By Appointment only
Call 918 260-8132 918-698-6037
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2011 - 2017