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The 10th Anniversary of September 11

Ten Years After 9/11

Ten Years After 9/11

"... We’ll come together, as a nation, to mark the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks.  We’ll remember the innocent lives we lost.  We’ll stand with the families who loved them.  We’ll honor the heroic first responders who rushed to the scene and saved so many.  And we’ll pay tribute to our troops and military families, and all those who have served over the past ten years, to keep us safe and strong..."
(President Barack Obama, Weekly Address, Saturday, August 27, 2011)

U.S. Government Texts

Articles & Publications

 

Group Fosters Dialogue About Post-9/11 World (August 11, 2011)
Helping Others: A Restaurant’s Post-September 11 Legacy (August 3, 2011)
Program Helps Kids Heal from Terrorism’s Traumas (August 10, 2011)
Gallup Poll Finds Muslim Americans Hopeful, Trusting (August 10, 2011)

(Source: U.S. Department of State, IIP)

Event Schedules

The New York Times: 9/11 in the Arts – An Anniversary Guide
• U.S. Department of Defense: Announcement on Media Days prior to 10th Anniversary commemoration event
• The National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial
• New York City: Credentialing, Pool and Program Information for Sept. 11 Commemoration Ceremony
• The National Flight 93 Memorial, Pennsylvania

Additional Resources on 9/11

Library of Congress 9/11 Exhibition
USA.gov - 9/11 Commemorations and Information
Serve.gov - 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance
National 9/11 Memorial and Museum
Tribute World Trade Center Visitor Center
Scholastic.com: Educational Resources for 9/11
Library of Congress  9/11 Web Archives
September 11 Digital Archive
Yale Law School’s Compilation of 9/11 Official Statements and Documents
Smithsonian Institute’s 9/11 Collection
Homeland Security Digital Library
Understanding 9/11 – A Television News Archive

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