The Moore-Lindsay Historical House Museum (MLHHM) and the Cleveland County Historical Society (CCHS) recognize the importance of seeking diversity, equity, and inclusion within the organization and within our community. It is our mission to preserve and present the history of Norman and Cleveland County, and this includes preserving the history of all residents, past and present, of Cleveland County and presenting it to all, regardless of background; age; race, ethnicity, or national origin; ability; socioeconomic standing; or beliefs. The MLHHM and CCHS are committed to incorporating the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the governance and operations of this organization.
DEI Grievance Procedure
Complaints alleging discrimination on the part of the Moore-Lindsay Historical House Museum, the Cleveland County Historical Society, or staff or volunteers of said organizations should be submitted in writing. Complaints should include information about the alleged discrimination including the date, location, and description of the issue. The person filing the complaint must include their contact information in the written complaint, including name, address, phone number, and email address. Should a disability require an alternative method of submission (i.e. in-person interview or recorded audio or video complaint), that can be accommodated, but the same information must be provided.
Complaints must be submitted as soon as possible after the incident occurs, and no later than 60 days after the alleged violation.
Please submit complaints and requests for alternative submission methods to the CCHS Board of Directors via one of the following methods:
508 N. Peters Avenue Norman, Oklahoma 73069 405-321-0156
Our programs are made possible in part by funding from the City of Norman, an Organizational Support Grant from the Norman Arts Council Hotel Tax Grant Program, and generous donations from visitors and community supporters. We are grateful for the support.