The September Project (http://www.theseptemberproject.org) is a grassroots effort to encourage civic and campus events on freedom, democracy, and citizenship in libraries on or around September 11.
Currently, over 600 libraries in 31 countries are organizing September Project events for their communities. A map of all participants can be seen here:
Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Cuba, Cyprus, El Salvador, Ethiopia, France, Greece, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Nepal, New Zealand, Nicaragua, People’s Republic of China (Hong Kong), Peru, Serbia and Montenegro, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, the United Kingdom, the US, and Venezuela.
The events are simply inspired. For a listing of event examples, designed and hosted by public, academic, school, governmental, and special libraries, please visit our Events page: http://www.theseptemberproject.org/events.htm
There are too many community college, college, and university libraries participating to list all events, but here are a few to give you an idea of what will take place.
University of Kansas/Lawrence Public Library
"An Afternoon of Panel Discussions On Religious Cooperation & Community Involvement"
Columbia College Chicago Library
Eastern Connecticut State University
Edmonds Community College
"A Faith-Based Discussion of Conflict and Humanity"
University of Utah’s J. Willard Marriott Library
"Democracy in Action"
University of North Carolina Wilmington’s William Randall Library
"9/11 in Context"
Questions? Suggestions? Email: email@example.com