Students at more than 200 high schools and colleges across America are ...
Authored By Spencer Brown
September 06, 2018
Students at more than 200 high schools and colleges across America are preparing to take part in YAF’s 9/11: Never Forget Project—the largest nationwide campus activism project in the country.
Started in 2003 as a way to push back against the Left’s attempts to forget the victims of 9/11 and turn the anniversary into a revisionist, politically-correct observance, YAF’s 9/11: Never Forget Project has grown substantially. Since its inception, more than 10.4 million American flags have been placed in memorials as part of the iconic displays which bring students and communities together to commemorate the 2,977 innocent lives taken by radical Islamic terrorists.
“At a time when our nation and its schools seem increasingly divided, YAF’s 9/11: Never Forget Project is a time for students, teachers, professors, and administrators to come together as a community to remember one of our nation’s darkest days,” remarked Young America’s Foundation Spokesman Spencer Brown. “By remembering the losses our country suffered, we honor the memory of the innocent lives taken that clear September morning and resolve to remain vigilant against those who still wish to take away our freedom.”
For additional information on YAF’s 9/11: Never Forget Project or to request an interview, contact Spencer Brown via phone (800-872-1776) or email (email@example.com).