9/11, Ten years later
This Sunday is the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks in the United States on September 11, 2001. Whether you’re too young to remember much about it, or whether you’d like to learn more about what made the United States a different place than it was 10 years ago, our library provides 317 books and other items, including videos, about the tragedy; as well as more information about the aftermath, including our wars in Afghanistan and in Iraq, and the USA PATRIOT Law (also known as the Patriot Act). You can also learn more by searching GALILEO (try America: History and Life; CQ Researcher; Public Administration Abstracts; or the Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict). If you’re outside of Georgia, try free sites such as the September 11 Digital Archive, C-SPAN Video Library.
(Originally posted in the Music/Sociology/Anthropology/Women’s & Gender Studies library blog.)