Today is the eleventh anniversary of the attacks on 9/11/01. It is the first anniversary of this tragic day that cannot be celebrated by Osama bin Laden. And, it is officially a National Day of Service and Remembrance.
To mark this important day in American history, Susan McDermott, Senior Editor at publisher John Wiley & Sons, shares her memories of the day no one will forget. Her blog post can be found at the Nonprofit Community blog by Wiley.
In addition to sharing her memories, Susan invited Wiley authors, including me, to share some lessons we can learn from that horrible day and the events that followed. I encourage you to take a few moments to read “September 11th: A Day of Remembrance, Reflection, and Service.” You might also want to read my post marking the tenth anniversary: “It’s the 10th Anniversary of the 9/11 Tragedy … Who Cares?”
I also invite you to share your memories about 9/11 and/or your thoughts about what lessons the nonprofit sector can learn from that day and the related actions that followed.
That’s what Michael Rosen says… What do you say?
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