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KGOU interviews Cheryl Elizabeth Brown Wattley, author of “A Step toward Brown v. Board of Education: Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher and Her Fight to End Segregation”.

Brown v Board

Seventy years ago, a 21-year-old woman named Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher walked into the University of Oklahoma’s admissions office to apply for law school. She was immediately turned down because of the color of her skin.  He didn’t agree with the decision, but OU president George Lynn Cross had no choice but to deny the request, since state law mandated the segregation of public educational institutions. Read more and listen to the interview here…

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Our Fall/Winter catalog is now available!

Fall 2016 Catalog


Excerpt: The Last Cavalryman: The Life of General Lucian K. Truscott, Jr.


Our Holiday Sales starts today!

2015 Holiday Sale


“Winter’s Hawk: Red-tails on the Southern Plains”

Jim Lish, author of “Winter’s Hawk: Red-tails on the Southern Plains” will be talking about his new book at OSU in Stillwater on November 12 and 17. Read more about the events…