We all remember where we were on the morning of September 11, 2001. We watched as terrorists attacked our country, striking the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon, and a field in Pennsylvania where United Flight 93 crashed. In one morning, we felt our world change forever.
Millions of children around the world today are too young to remember. It’s up to us to teach them and future generations about the events of 9/11 and how, in the aftermath, we came together to recover and heal.
You can help the 9/11 Memorial in its mission to commemorate and educate by voting through Members Project. Your vote will help secure much needed funding to build a Museum that will be the global focal point for preserving the history of 9/11 and providing educational resources for children too young to remember 9/11 first-hand.
Watch "We Remember," a short film produced by the 9/11 Memorial interns this summer. Please help us build the 9/11 Memorial and Museum by spreading the word on Facebook and Twitter and clicking here to vote for us through Members Project.
By Joe Daniels, CEO and President of the 9/11 Memorial