News About The Legacy Project

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"World Trade Center Memorials,"
National Public Radio's Morning Edition, 12/12/2003. (This is an audio file).

"Comments on The Art of Afterward,"
The Art Movement Research Club News, 2/20/2003.

"arte y cultura,"
el diario/la prensa, 9/19/2002.

"September 11, 2002 by Clifford Chanin,"
Project Syndicate, 9/11/2002.

"11 rujna 2002 - podsjeæanje da se povijest pretvorila u sadašnjost,"
Vjesnik Online, 9/11/2002.

"Les Artistes Entre Documentation Et Activisme,"
Dimanche, 9/8/2002.

National Public Radio's Studio 360, 9/7/2002. (This is an audio file).

"From Photos to Relics, Remembering the Unforgettable,"
The New York Times, 9/6/2002.

"The Legacy Project Exhibition Press Release,"
In Memory: The Art of Afterward, 9/2002.

"The Legacy Project Conference Press Release,"
Building Memories: The Future of September 11, 9/2002.

"Building Memories: The Future of September 11,"
Transcript of the conference organized by Pace University and The Legacy Project, 9/5/2002.

"Filling The Void,"

"Verlust als Vermächtnis,"
Berliner Zeitung, 11/22/2001.

"The Art of Aftermath, Distilled in Memory,"
The New York Times, 11/14/2001.

"The Legacy of Absence: Cambodian artists confront the past,"
Persimmon, Summer 2000.

"Cambodian Artists Explore Legacy of the Pol Pot Regime,"
The Cambodia Daily, 1/11/2000.

"Local Artists are Finding New Ways to Face the Past,"
Phnom Penh Post, 1/2000.

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The Austrian Encounter
A non-profit organization that pioneers constructive encounters between descendants of victims of the Austrian component of the Holocaust, and descendants of Austrian Nazi perpetrators and/or their collaborators who perpetrated in Austria.

The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, University of Minnesota
The center provides direct access and referrals to materials such as slides, film, video, and audio tapes for use in Holocaust and genocide education.

The Foundation Trust
A non-profit organization that fosters dialogue and education, interpersonally and internationally, regarding genocide. The Foundation Trust is also involved in networking others so involved, and in reviewing related grant proposals for other philanthropic organizations.

An independent international organization advocating freedom of expression for musicians and composers worldwide.

The Genocide Project
A project that documents the Armenian Genocide through photographs and oral histories.

The Internet Scout Project
A weekly current awareness publication that highlights new and newly discovered Internet resources. The organization is based in the Department of Computer Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Living Memorials Project
The USDA Forest Service Living Memorials Project fosters new and independent efforts at memorializing the tragic losses of September 11th that invoke the healing power of trees and create meaningful public spaces for contemplation, mourning, remembrance and hope.

Pacific Bell Knowledge Network Blue Web'n
A library of Blue Ribbon learning sites on the web.

Photographic Resource Center, Boston University: "6 Months, A Memorial"
This project explores the role of photography in our conception of the events of September 11. The project features "photographically-based based works made in response to, but not necessarily documents of, September 11 memorials."
'6 Months, A Memorial' website

The Rotary Club of New York
Rotary is an international organization of 1.2 million business and professional leaders in 166 countries who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. The New York Rotary WTC-DISASTER Relief Fund has raised $1,499,154 for the victims of 9/11 and for 9/11-responsive projects.

Voices from Ravensbrueck
An art project by Pat Binder, featuring poems from the women's concentration camp Ravensbrueck. Drawings and information about the camp provide a context for the conditions under which the poems were created.