It's been 19 years since the Sept. 11 attacks in New York City, Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania. A generation has grown up since then, and the 18-year-old voters participating in this year's election do not know life in a pre-9/11 world.
The New York State Museum in Albany is home to a Sept. 11 exhibit, featuring objects from Ground Zero near the site of the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan.
But with the pandemic still ongoing, the museum and its 9/11 exhibit remain closed on the 19th anniversary.
I spoke with curator Aaron Noble about how the museum is still educating the public on what happened that day in a virtual space.