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More Resources Worth Exploring About 9/11

With the twentieth anniversary of 9/11 this past Saturday, we share resources that readers flagged for us or that we otherwise missed about that day and its consequences
Some additional recommendations about 9/11.
Some additional recommendations about 9/11. A Woman’s Place/Hurst Publishers; 9/12/Amazon; 9/11 and After/The New York Times; Inside 9/11/IMDB.

One of the risks of curating lists of resources on 9/11 is that you are bound to miss a lot of good work. But one of the benefits is that readers point out what you missed. We appreciate everyone who took the time to flag books, articles, movies, podcasts, and exhibits about 9/11 for us. We can’t say we have had the chance to read, view, or listen to them all—let alone to write summaries of each one. The suggestions are too good, however, not to share. So this coda to our series offers additional resources on 9/11 that people recommended to us or that we came across after we posted our earlier pieces. We also decided to relax our rule against home cooking and to list the terrific work our CFR colleagues did to mark the twentieth anniversary of the deadliest day in U.S. history.

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Documentaries

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Exhibits/Online Pieces

 

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Council on Foreign Relations Resources

Here are the other entries in this special series on 9/11 and its aftermath:

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Margaret Gach and Leila Marhamati assisted in the preparation of this post.