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The Triangle Fire Memorial (rendering).
Names panel and the Triangle Fire Memorial (rendering).
Triangle Fire Centennial Commemoration, March 25, 2011.
Creating the Collective Ribbon, which will be etched to the steel body of the permanent Triangle Fire Memorial.

The Remember the Triangle Fire Coalition connects individuals and organizations with the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire — one of the pivotal events in US history and a turning point in labor’s struggle to achieve fair wages, dignity at work, and safe working conditions.

We are leading an effort to build a permanent art memorial to the victims and legacy of the fire. Designed by Richard Joon Yoo and Uri Wegman, the memorial is currently being built on the site of the fire in lower Manhattan. We need your help to finish it and secure its future.


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View this video to see why we need your help to build the Triangle Fire Memorial, a permanent monument honoring the victims of the tragedy that also serves as a reminder of the crucial need for workplace safety and the fundamental obligation that all workers be treated with respect and human dignity.

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The Coalition

Since our inception in 2008 we have been working in a variety of ways to educate, commemorate, agitate for change, and build for the future.