Share Your Stories and Tributes Of September 11 (9/11) On YouTube

To mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Google and New York Times created a new YouTube channel, featuring special content from the NYT's archived news broadcasts from September 2001, and also calling user to share their personal stories and tributes."Make a video answering any of these questions and submit it to youtube.com/September11. A selection of […]

To mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Google and New York Times created a new YouTube channel, featuring special content from the NYT's archived news broadcasts from September 2001, and also calling user to share their personal stories and tributes.

"Make a video answering any of these questions and submit it to youtube.com/September11. A selection of your videos will be featured on the The New York Times website and YouTube homepage on September 11 this year," said Olivia Ma, YouTube News & Politics Manager.

  • Your strongest memory of that day or that time period
  • How 9/11 changed you, and how you believe it changed America
  • What you lost -- or gained -- because of 9/11

"The terrorist attack took place on the U.S. soil took ten years ago on 9/11. The tragic events of September 11, 2001 affected the lives of millions of people, not only in New York, Washington D.C. and Pennsylvania, but around the world."

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