We come here to remember those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever. May all who leave here know the impact of violence. May this memorial offer comfort, strength, peace, hope and serenity.®
We congratulate 2013 Reflections of Hope Award winner Malala Yousafzai on being the youngest recipient ever of the Nobel Peace Prize. Malala was honored with the Reflections of Hope Award in 2013 along with her father Ziauddin for their work in promoting education to young girls in Pakistan. She survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban.
"Today I have been given the Reflections of Hope Award, and it's an honor for me. It's not only an award. It's hope. It's more courage. It's more strength," said Malala. "I hope that we all will work together, and we all will fight for the rights of girls. And the day will come when all girls can go to school." More »
With the opening of Phases 2 and 3 of the Museum enhancements, new lesson plans are available for educators. These plans complement the new Impact & Healing and Investigation & Justice exhibits. Other resources and lesson plans are available in our For Educators section of the website. More »
Over the last two days Family Members, Survivors, Rescue Workers, Donors, Media, Friends and students have toured the newest additions to the Memorial Museum. These enhancements have added artifacts, video and interactive experiences that engage people of all ages as to the relevance of the lessons learned from the April 19, 1995, bombing. Starting Tuesday, September 16th, visitors will experience new stories and exhibits in the Impact & Healing, Investigation & Justice and Responsibility & Hope galleries. The Memorial overlook will provides a breathtaking view of the ever-changing downtown skyline. More »