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Project Rebirth Hosts Reception for CCNMTL

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rebirth0325.jpgMarch 29, 2010. Project Rebirth, the nonprofit organization that later this year will launch a feature length documentary chronicling the re-development of the World Trade Center site and the recovery of nine people coping with the aftermath of 9/11, hosted a spring reception for CCNMTL on March 25 to celebrate the ongoing partnership between the two organizations. The reception gathered colleagues who have been working for more than a year on an educational initiative to engage faculty, students, researchers, and practitioners in the active use of Project Rebirth’s extensive archive of interview and reconstruction footage in order to fulfill the project’s larger goal: to chronicle living history to inform and empower. During the reception, Project Rebirth Chairman Brian Rafferty thanked CCNMTL for its ongoing commitment to the initiative. He also introduced the musical group Alathea who performed several songs including "Rescue: A song for Project Rebirth." Learn more about Project Rebirth at Columbia.

Rescue: A song for Project Rebirth, Alathea

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