Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
Response to 9/11/2001
•New York Times full page ad, Sept. 13
•Prayer Service at the Survivor Tree, Sept. 14
•Hope Bear Project — more than 600 bears sent to the schools in the three cities
•Cooperative effort with American Red Cross in sending family member assistance, sent family members to work with New York City family members for the first month after the attacks.
•Lower Manhattan Development Corporation Visit, Jan. 23
•A Shared Experience 04.19.95 — 09.11.01
Exhibit Preview & Opening, April 19
•Spirit of Oklahoma Rescue Truck donated to New York City, May 8-10
•Celebrating America's Freedoms: A Day of Remembrance, Sept. 11
•Understanding Terrorism Roundtable, Oct. 1
•Lower Manhattan Development Corporation Memorial Research Tour, Oct. 4
•Cooperative effort with American Red Cross continues with family members and survivors
•Worked with New York Historical Society on archiving and collecting policies and procedures
•The Phoenix Rising Summit, an event designed to bring together community caregivers from Oklahoma City and Middletown, N.J., May 5- 6
•Flight 93 Task Force Seminar, May 1-3
•Pentagon Visit, Oklahoma City National Memorial staff in Washington, D.C.
•Rudy Giuliani visit, June 14
•Freedom Walk, Sept. 11
•World Trade Center Memorial Foundation Exhibit Planning Trip to Oklahoma City National Memorial, Nov. 7–8, 2007
•“America At A Crossroads” Screening and panel discussion led by Former U.S. Ambassador Prudence Bushnell
•A televised conversation with Rudy Giuliani and Ron Norick, former mayors who helped rebuild two great American cities torn apart by terrorism, April 19
•Mayor Michael Bloomberg visit, May 11
•Flag ceremony at the Survivor Tree, Sept. 11
•The Tour for the Sept. 11 Memorial and Museum staff in Oklahoma City, Nov. 17-18
•A Journey for 9/11, retired NFL New York Giants player George Martin stops at Oklahoma City National Memorial, Feb. 11
•Pentagon Memorial officials return for Education Summit to learn about how we educate about the senselessness of violence.
•Official Stitching Ceremony, The National 9/11 Flag, Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, April 19
•Ride for 9-11, firefighters bicycling from California to New York City, Aug. 12
•Memorial officials have worked with staffs in all three cities on their Memorial process throughout the past decade.
Source: Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum.