January 8th Memorial at El Presidio Park

April 3, 2017

Rendering of the January 8th Memorial at El Presidio Park. (Photo/January 8th foundation)

Proposed:

Chee Salette Architecture Office (CSAO) has revealed the final design for Tucson’s January 8th Memorial + Presidio Park master plan. The Arizona House of Representatives approved HB 2436 which would appropriate a matching $2.5 million in state funds to the project which has already raised $2.5 million, but still has not moved along in the State Senate and not expected to do so. Read the latest news on the memorial below. 

The permanent memorial will tell the story of what happened on January 8, 2011 and will educate and remind people of their critical role in self-governance. Most of all, it will remind future generations how our community came together at an important moment in history and how we can all continue to build a better democracy through active participation and civic discourse.

 

Jan. 8th Memorial In the News:

January 8th Memorial Bill stalls, for now

Tucson’s January 8th Memorial may get national recognition

Why southern Arizona needs the January 8th memorial

McSally wants national designation for Jan. 8th Memorial in Tucson

Survivors speak as January 8th Memorial bill moves through Arizona House

House panel endorses $2.5 million for memorial to Tucson shooting victims

Tucson Medical Center awarded naming rights in Jan. 8th Memorial

Tucson’s January 8th Memorial Human Embrace posters are now available

 TMC to donate $500K to Jan. 8 memorial Downtown

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