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Organized in 1913, the NAACP reached Oklahoma in 1913 when black leaders founded a local chapter in Oklahoma City. Leaders that included Roscoe Dunjee organized the Oklahoma Conference of Branches, which became the first branch of its kind in the nation. 

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