Where were you when you heard the news ten years ago that the United States was under attack? What were your thoughts? What do you think now?
The Rohrbach Library is looking for your thoughts and memories to share online and on displays in the building this September for the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Click on the “leave a comment” link above and then scroll to the bottom of the comments section to add your own memories and join in the conversation. If you don’t want us to use your comments in our displays, please let us know.
Keep watching our The More You Know blog for upcoming events related to the 9/11 Anniversary.
For those looking for some resources as they think back in time, check out the following:
- NBC New York 9/11 Anniversary site
- Do a search for 9/11 in ebrary for tons of great e-book resources! (requires valid login)
- Check out our databases for articles and research surrounding the 9/11 attacks (requires valid login)
- Check out Films on Demand for some interesting film segments, including Living After 9/11, Voices of 9/11, Patriotism and the Press Following 9/11, and even Limited Speech after 9-11 (requires valid login)
Need even more resources? Contact a librarian at 610-683-4165 or check out the Library’s Web site for more ways to contact a librarian.
For more information on the 9/11 displays, please contact professor Bruce Jensen at firstname.lastname@example.org.