Thursday, August 12, 2010

9/11: Never Forget Project

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Each year Young America's Foundation helps students across the country properly remember the anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks through our9/11: Never Forget Project. Young America's Foundation began this program in 2003 when we discovered that most college campuses were either completely ignoring the anniversary or holding a politically correct event instead.

You can unite your campus community to properly remember the victims of the terrorist attacks by taking part in Young America's Foundation's 9/11: Never Forget Project.

Young America's Foundation will provide you with ideas and information on how to:

  • Establish an American flag memorial on campus consisting of 2,977 American flags representing each person tragically killed in the terrorist attacks.
  • Schedule a campus-wide moment of silence or prayer on September 11, at 9:11 a.m.
  • Host a conservative speaker at your school
  • Provide you with free buttons, posters and other materials to distribute on the anniversary.

Download the September chapter of the Campus Conservative Battle Plan to learn how to get started.

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Young America's Foundation is working with this flag distributor who will provide groups with approximately 3,000 flags for $300.

For more information or to register your group's involvement, please contact Patrick Coyle at or call 800-USA-1776.

List of participating schools in 2010

  • Manchester College
  • Utah State University
  • Science Hill High School
  • Penn State University
  • Old Dominion University
  • Siena College
  • Cornell University
  • Rhodes College
  • Los Osos High School
  • Langley High School
  • University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
  • Lopez Island High School
  • Washington & Lee University
  • Robert Morris University
  • University of Florida
  • Mount Spokane High School
  • University of Virginia
  • Saint Mary's Ryken High School
  • University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • Gettysburg College
  • Franciscan University

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