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Ten Years After 9/11: Remembrance and
Reconciliation Through Poetry

Presented by Poets House
Saturday, September 10, 3-5pm
Trinity Church, Broadway at Wall Street

Poets House and Trinity Wall Street, in conjunction with Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, present a reading by some of America’s leading poets as part of the 10th anniversary commemoration of 9/11. The event will be held in the sanctuary of Trinity Church, located in downtown Manhattan, just a few blocks from Ground Zero. Poets Mark Doty, Marie Howe, Major Jackson, Lawrence Joseph, Cornelius Eady, J. Chester Johnson, Martha Rhodes and others will read poems of grief, remembrance and reconciliation. A reception with the poets will follow.

On September 11, Poets House will be open for reading and reflection. Poems of remembrance and reconciliation will be posted for all to read. Poets House is located at 10 River Terrace, at Murray Street.

Photo © Leo Sorel/Trinity Wall Street


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