Tuesday's Children participants pose with NBA draft prospects in front of the National 9/11 Flag at the 9/11 Memorial Museum. (June 2015)
She was just three months old when her father was killed in the 1994 AMIA bombing in Argentina. Now, through Tuesday’s Children program, she's helping teenagers cope with the loss of their parents to acts of terrorism.Read more
Left to right: Joseph Tran, Margaret Varisco, Nicholas Varisco, Michael Varisco, Katherine Courtien, Anthony Gardner, Christina Varisco, and Peter Varisco (Photo by Anthony Palmeri).
A 16-year-old’s dream was fulfilled when he took a vacation to New York City with his family and visited the 9/11 Memorial Museum, receiving a private tour led by 9/11 family members and those personally impacted by 9/11.Read more
Professor James Young speaks about Holocaust memorials in Germany. Photo: Jenny Pachucki
Teachers are often challenged by how to approach educating students about the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. Last week, in an attempt to find answers to that challenge, a group of American History teachers from across the country gathered in the Education Center of the 9/11 Memorial Museum for a joint seminar with the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History .Read more
Jonathan Ielpi, FDNY Squad 288 (Gift of Ielpi Family), and white birthday rose at 9/11 Memorial.
Today, 9/11 Memorial staff placed a white rose in the name of Jonathan Lee Ielpi on the bronze parapets of the south pool in honor of his birthday. Lee Ielpi spent months searching through the debris at Ground Zero. In December 2001, his son’s remains were found and he carried Jonathan out of the debris pile.Read more