No Day Shall Erase You: New 9/11 Museum Book Published

The book “No Day Shall Erase You: The Story of 9/11” is displayed on a white surface.
Image of "No Day Shall Erase You." Photo by staff.

Today marks the release date of the 9/11 Memorial Museum’s definitive, official companion book “No Day Shall Erase You: The Story of 9/11 as told at the National September 11 Memorial Museum.”

Coinciding with the 15th anniversary of Sept. 11, “No Day Shall Erase You” tells the somber story of 9/11 through stunning photographs and heartfelt, informative essays from 9/11 Memorial & Museum staff. The book takes readers on a journey through the museum, highlighting monumental and authentic artifacts that convey the emotional and historical significance of 9/11.

The book also provides a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the museum’s evolution from concept to reality. In the first chapter of the book, 9/11 Memorial Museum Director Alice M. Greenwald explains the vision for the exhibition space.

“We thus understood our charge: to deliver a memorial museum that could be an agent of resolve, demanding that each of us, individually, nationally, and globally, place a value on every human life,” said Greenwald. “Ultimately, the experience of the 9/11 Memorial Museum would be multi-dimensional: a place of learning, remembrance, and inspiration set within a space of palpable authenticity.”

“No Day Shall Erase You” is available in hardcover and paperback. The book may be purchased at the 9/11 Memorial Museum Store as well as other retailers, including Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

By 9/11 Memorial Staff

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