Compiled by the Wirtz Labor Library Staff
Department of Labor
9-11: Looking Back...Moving Forward
This site is a companion to
the PBS broadcast that features teens speaking out on coping with the September
11th events, the importance of tolerance, and their fears for the future.
Annotated Bibliography of Government Documents Related to the Threat of
Terrorism and the Attacks of September 11, 2001
This is a
bibliography compiled by Kevin D. Motes (U.S. Government Information Division,
Oklahoma Department of Libraries) that includes U.S. federal documents on
terrorism and on the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
The Days After
These essays provide reflection on the September
11, 2001 tragedy by authors from the University of Chicago Press. The site also
provides a listing of related books on Islamic fundamentalism and Islamic
states; war, peace, and global issues; the Islamic religion and civilization;
hotspots of ethnic conflict and violence; and catastrophe.
Department of Homeland Security
Through a White House link you will find the
National Strategy for Homeland Security, as well as a letter from the President,
an Executive Summary, and other background information on homeland security.
The September 11 Digital Archive
The September 11 Digital
Archive uses electronic media to collect, preserve, and present the history of
the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania and
public responses to them. Funded by a major grant from the Alfred P. Sloan
Foundation and organized by the American Social History Project at the City
University of New York Graduate Center and the Center for History and New Media
at George Mason University, the Digital Archive will contribute to the on-going
effort by historians and archivists to record and preserve the record of 9/11.
The site includes first-hand accounts of the attacks and the aftermath, emails
and digital images following the events, and web-based resources on the
Coping with the 9/11/01 Aftermath
The site provides a growing
memorial to the victims of September 11, 2001, including suggestions, tips,
insights, strategies, or intervention protocols to use with people of all ages
who are suffering or who will be suffering emotionally-related problems in the
aftermath of this national disaster.