May 30, 2013
Oklahoma Heritage Museum
Oklahoma City, OK
YOUSEF KHANFAR, author of Invisible Eve, is an
international award-winning photographer, writer
and humanitarian. In 2003, RotoVision in London
selected him as one the world’s top photographers
among only 38 other photographers. His first classic
book, Voices of Light, was published in 2000. His
second book, In Search of Peace, was published in
2006. In 2007, his second book was the award winner
of the 2007 IP Outstanding Book of the Year. Also in
2007, he was selected one of 149 celebrities, by Mont
Blanc, to help with UNICEF promoting literacy
around the world. In 2009, the Fulbright Center for
Peace in Washington, DC selected his book, In Search
of Peace, to be gifted to the top fifty peaceful nations
in the world. He has been published, collected and
Dr. Laura Pitman, Deputy Director, Division I - Institutions, Rickey Moham, Warden, Mabel Bassett
Correctional Center, and Sharon McCoy, Warden, Eddie Warrior Correctional Center.
Joyce Jackson, Administrator, Executive Communications
(middle) with Lou Kohlman and Dr. Rebecca Kennedy
from the Governor's Commission on Women.
Dr. Tawfik Ramadan, Farida Shams, and Siham Ramadan
(Dr. Ramadan's wife).
Justin Jones, Director, Oklahoma Department of
Corrections, and Senator Constance Johnson, District 48.
Wanda Pratt, mother of Oklahoma City Thunder star
Carla King, Deputy Warden, Mabel Bassett Correctional
Center, and Yousef Khanfar, award winning photographer
and author of Invisible Eve.
Andrea Baker, and Amy Santee, Senior Program Officer,
George Kaiser Family Foundation.