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|Films for Justice Institute at Seattle University School of Law
A Documentary Film
Out of the Ashes: 9/11
Tribute WTC Visitor Center
The Tribute Center opened in September, 2007. Located directly across from the World Trade Center site at 120 Liberty Street, it is dedicated to educating the public about September 11th. The Tribute Center is a project of the September 11th Widows and Victims' Families' Association. Tribute also is a clearing house for 9/11-related information, a central place for visitors to pay tribute to the 2,973 lives lost that day, and a museum with exhibits about 9/11. With 6,000 square feet of educational space, the Center offers visitors' gallery showings, lectures, multimedia displays, and guided walking tours of the World Trade Center site. The Center features over 300 personal oral histories of September 11th, presented in first-person voice by those that experienced them. A staff of over 150 volunteers from the 9/11 community operate the Center, sharing their unique experiences in the process. The walking tours are led by many volunteers personally acquainted with 9/11 either as a survivor or a family member of one of the victims. The Tribute Center maintains a website with information about their activities, tours, and exhibits.