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The Woody Guthrie Center is dedicated to celebrating Woody's life and legacy and educating a new generation about his important role in American history.

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History of Oklahoma Music Class

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“You Say You Want a Revolution: The Beatles and the Political Culture of the 1960s”

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Woody Stepped Up

Woody Guthrie is an example of how a person can come from a small isolated community and expand their world-view to a point that they are ready and willing to take action towards the betterment of society as whole. Woody was brought up in a small isolated community in Okehma, Oklahoma, and from there moved […]

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Happy 75th, “This Land”!

On February 23, the lyrics Woody wrote for “This. Land is Your Land” will be 75 years old. To celebrate this anniversary, the original handwritten lyrics will be on display from February 19-March 6. In addition, on February 24, a special exhibit featuring different versions of the song that Woody wrote along with lyrics of […]

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