Online Registry for Survivors, Rescue and Recovery Workers

registires.JPG

The 9/11 Memorial Registries create an online community for survivors, witnesses and rescue and recovery workers to share firsthand testimonials about the 9/11 attacks and the World Trade Center bombing in 1993. The registries also track information about 9/11 memorials worldwide.

"The 9/11 Memorial Registries are an innovative way for survivors and rescue and recovery workers to share their powerful stories with people around the world," 9/11 Memorial President Joe Daniels said. "Thank you to Infusion and Microsoft for helping this organization develop a unique web experience that captures this important history through the perspectives of those men and women who lived through it."

Explore the 9/11 Memorial Registries now at registries.911memorial.org. When the 9/11 Memorial Museum opens May 21, visitors will also be able to access the registries by using touchscreens available.

Previous Post

The Second Annual 9/11 Memorial 5K Run/Walk and Family Day

On Sunday, April 27, nearly 4,000 participants joined the second annual 9/11 Memorial 5K Run/Walk presented by RXR Realty to raise awareness about the National September 11 Memorial & Museum and encourage volunteerism in memory of 9/11.The morning ope

View Blog Post

Next Post

Obama, 9/11 Families, Rescuers and Survivors Dedicate Museum

“Here at this Memorial, this Museum, we come together," said President Barack Obama. "We stand in the footprints of two mighty towers, graced by the rush of eternal waters. We look into the faces of nearly 3,000 innocent souls... Here, we tell their

View Blog Post