Friday, September 1, 2006
The September Project
The September Project is a good place to look for ideas on how to commemorate 09/11. It describes itself as a "grassroots effort to get people together on September 11th to talk about issues that matter. September Project events take place in libraries, where all people are welcomed, and where the exchange of information and ideas flourish. The September Project encourages individual communities — neighbors — to make sense of the world together." The website has a list and annotated map of the (currently) 408 libraries participating in the project, and urges more to join! An attendant blog provides updates on September Project goings-on. Thanks to Marylaine Block's Neat New Stuff for the heads up!