Remembrances of September 11, 2001
Shared experiences bind us all together through emotion and memory. We hope you will take part in this digital preservation project, which seeks to collect memories of a specific event in our modern history.

Most of us remember exactly where we were and what we were doing on September 11, 2001, when a foreign enemy attacked the United States on its own soil for the first time since Pearl Harbor in 1941.

Now, we look back 20 years later. Tell us about your experiences that day. You can be as in-depth as you would like.

Entries will be compiled into an online exhibition of memory.
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How old were you in 2001?
Where did you live in 2001?
Write your experience of that day (long or short, it's up to you):
What do you remember about the days afterward?
What single thing do you remember most distinctly about that day?
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None of the information below will be used publicly, and is only for archival data. You are welcome to tell us how much you are comfortable sharing.
Your Name (will not be published):
Can we print the following next to your memories in the exhibit?
Email Address (will not be published):
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