After tragic events, communities often come together to grieve and take solace in one another. For cultural organizations, honoring this need for community grieving and remembering is important, and indeed for some organizations may become part of the programming offered. In this chapter, key staff members of the 9/11 Memorial and Museum speak to the critical need for and challenges with creating opportunities for communities to come together to commemorate.
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The opinions expressed in the video presentations and in the following chapters are solely those of the presenter(s) and not necessarily those of the Texas Historical Commission. This information is intended for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose or treat mental health conditions.
This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, grant number CAGML-247929-OMLS-20, in cooperation with the Friends of the Texas Historical Commission.
Este proyecto ha sido posible en parte por el Instituto de Servicios de Museos y Bibliotecas, número de subvención federal CAGML-247929-OMLS-20, en cooperación con la Friends of the Texas Historical Commission.