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Dialogues and Personal responses to 9/11

http://www.peacebarn.org

*Bruderhof Peace Barn - a project of the 5th-8th grade students of the Spring Valley School in Farmington, Pa. These students have converted an old barn into a memorial for the victims of September 11 and especially the heroes of Flight 93, which crashed nearby. In addition they have handcrafted the memorial benches for each passenger and crew member at the Flight 93 memorial in Shanksville. The new Peace Barn website has a beautiful online Flight 93 Memorial with pictures and biographies of all the passengers and crew.

http://www.softsynth.com/faces/

* Faces of War: This page is a tribute to the people killed or missing in the Terrorist Attacks on America, September 11, 2001. There are an estimated 4000 people, from 40 countries, dead or missing from these three attacks. I cannot visualize numbers that large. So I made this Applet to help me understand.

http://www.politicsandprotest.com

 9-11-01 Remembered, A Tribute

http://www.septembereleven.net/

SeptemberEleven.net: in memory of all victems of terrorism.  An extensive collection of photographs taken at Ground Zero by Gary Suson

http://www.wtchealingproject.org/

* The Healing Project: a sculpture project including origami cranes and swans created by the participating public, which will travel from The Bay Area to the cities of New York and Washington, DC as an expression of sympathy and hope . See below for NYC event 11/21 & 11/23

http://personal.jax.bellsouth.net/jax/l/c/lchaplin/unkarock/flag.htm

I Am The Flag 

http://www.nppa.org/wtc/default.htm

National Press Photographers Assoociation: Stories Amidst the Chaos

http://nonfinito.de/hope/

In these dark times, we are finding people in pain, people suicidal, people sick with worry, people with the threatening dark sky; in these dark times, we seem to sense the beginning of the end, or at least the end of the beginning.

This is a call for work, for hope; this is a call for hope, for the hopeless, for all of us; this is a call for hope in spite of the world, perhaps through another world, beneath your feet or beyond.

http://www.mteww.com/9_11/index.html

MTEWWW.com: This video, we hope, will help others understand the very personal nature of this tragedy for many, many New Yorkers. The video is approximately 500k and requires quicktime.

http://www.arthaus.org/angels/angels.htm

Angels of Hope: Children helping children. The Angel of Hope project celebrates the visual and expressive creativity of children while modeling positive and responsible behavior at a time when the world climate tests these values.

http://www.davidfirst.com/

The David First All-Moons: "Jump Back": An ode to the people of New York by a musician written and recorded 2 1/2 blocks from Ground Zero in a home studio

http://www.post-exile.net/index.html

The Word Room: This project is in response to the propagandistic invasion of the language space by the media particularly in relation to recent events. It is a public forum site inviting the visitors to participate by recording their opinions on the walls and the soundscape in the gallery as well as in the virtual site

http://rebusparis.com/elevenseptember/

Eleven September: a web response to 9/11

http://www.beyondwriting.com/autoshrines.htm#attackindep

* Autobiographical / Biographical Webs: Selected Links (Memorials / Remembrances)

http://www.ultradio.com/september11/

A photodocumentary of 9/11

http://www.davidcurryphotography.com/wtc.html

David Curry: Photographs

http://www.spacelab.net/~mdekker/wtc1.html

Michael R. Dekker: Photographs

http://www.studionotes.org/TimesLikeThese.html

studioNOTES: the journal for working artists: What is the job of an artist in times like these?

http://www.walrus.com/~jpowell/nyc/

a simple tribute to NY


http://ucsub.colorado.edu/~guerreso/911.html

an artist's web art response to 9/11


http://www.actionforum.com/forum/index.html?forum_id=220

MoveOn.org's discussion forum

http://www.movinginplace.net/

This online forum focuses on how art is perceived since September 11, 2001.

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