what’s umkc doing on september 11?

Tomorrow, people from across the Kansas City region will come together to share and discuss ideas about democracy, citizenship, and patriotism through public talks, roundtables, and performances.

The University of Missouri-Kansas City
Call 816-235-2559 for more information.
Download an event flyer by clicking here.

  • Open forum & Bring-your-own-picnic
    University Playhouse (51st & Holmes: Map)
    Come have your say, listen to speakers, singers, poets. Bring a picnic lunch and have a conversation on the grass.
  • Roundtable Discussion
    Oak Street Residence Hall (51st & Oak: Map)
    Professors, students, and community members will discuss “Civic Responsibility in Light of September 11.”
  • Voter Registration
    Miller Nichols Library (51st & Rockhill: Map)
    Exercise your right: register to vote.

The September Project is a collection of people, groups, and organizations working to create a day of engagement, a day of conversation, a day of democracy.

The September Project is for all people.

To learn more about other KC events:

To learn more about the national project:

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