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Where will you be on 9/11?

I will be in Bloomington, Indiana. But if you are here in Buffalo, you may be wondering how you can hook up with events tied into the September Project. Unfortunately, despite some lobbying on my part, neither the public libraries nor the UB libraries decided to participate. However, the Medaille College Library is linked on […]
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Kids with plastic sheeting

When I was growing up, not infrequently I had nightmares about nuclear attack. I have always looked for ways to hedge against the worst case. A large-scale nuclear war, though not likely, was clearly a very real possibility, and about as worst-case as you could get (at least until I read this in the 7th […]
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Public Spaces + The September Project

hi, this is sarah washburn, co-director of the september project. thanks to everyone, and especially Alex, for getting involved, connecting people, and talking about the september project. you’ve proven this project is for everyone. public spaces are central to the september project. parks, beaches, squares… all sorts of activities can take place in these spaces, […]
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The September Project: An Invitation to Get Involved

this is not alex, it’s david silver. alex: thank you for letting us in and thanks for lending your brains throughout. michael berube rules. his blog entry, written with soul, got Chuck Tryon and E. David Morgen to organize something, offline, in atlanta, on saturday, september 11. beautiful. does anyone have a contact with the […]
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