Explore — Web Resources
For more information about Amy Waldman and The Submission, please visit the official website for the book. Still more can be found in this PBS NewsHour interview with Waldman, this profile published in The Jewish Week, the publisher's reading group guide, and reviews in the New York Times, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, NPR, and the Washington Post, among others.
For information on the World Trade Center memorial, visit the National September 11 Memorial and Museum at the World Trade Center page, Project Rebirth (the nonprofit organization stemming from the documentary of the same name about the WTC redevelopment), the World Trade Center Site Memorial Competition page, and this Huffington Post article about the designer, Michael Arad. The Flight 93 National Memorial also has a website.
The Archives of Global Change in the 21st century has an extensive file of news stories about 9/11, including memorial plans and news.
Readers interested in more information about Islam and Muslims may visit the websites of the Muslim American Society, the Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati, the Council on American-Islamic Relations – Ohio, the Islamic Association of Cincinnati, or the revived website of the American Muslim (a quarterly journal published 1989-1995). The website of the Middle East Institute also offers an introduction to Islam. There is a new television series about the experiences of several Muslim families in America, All-American Muslim.
For more links on American memorial art, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial website may be of particular interest as another example of controversial memorial art. The U.S. Memorial Day organization maintains a large list of U.S. war memorials and their websites.