05/02/2011 10:09 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

September 11 Victims Gone But Not Forgotten

While the death of Osama bin Laden has brought the tragic attacks of Sept. 11 into the nation's spotlight once again, that day's events are daily on the minds of the families of victims.

To those who are faced with their loss every day, a message: nearly a decade later, the victims of Sept. 11 have not been forgotten.

The following stories, sites and pages are dedicated to providing a place for the families of 9/11 victims to keep the legacies of their loved ones alive; listen to, watch or read the story of one of the victims, who remain in our minds and hearts, not just today, but every day.

StoryCorps is a nonprofit dedicated to providing Americans with the opportunity to record, share and preserve the stories of their lives. One of its goals is to record at least one remembrance for each of the victims of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11. Interviewees include family members, friends, co-workers and neighbors of the victims, as well as rescue and recovery workers.

Newsday Video gallery: 9/11 Victims' Families Share Memories
Newsday put together a video gallery honoring the memory of Long Islanders lost in the Sept. 11 attacks. More than 30 victims' families look back at the tragic day and the ensuing years.

"Sacred Ground: Remembering the Victims"
The Washington Post project, "Sacred Ground: Remembering the Victims," profiles all of the Sept. 11 fallen with their name, picture, age, hometown and other information, including memories from loved ones.

Project 2,996
Project 2,996 keeps the memories of Sept. 11 victims alive by attempting to link each victim's name to a tribute about them. In the nearly 10 years since the tragedy, some of the tributes have been taken down or gone offline, so the site welcomes visitors to add their own tributes if they knew a victim.