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The curators and partners of Designing for Disaster post articles, images, videos, and stories about disaster mitigation to MitigationNation. Join in and share your own stories about disaster preparation, from making changes to their homes to initiating nationwide risk-awareness programs.
The curators of Designing Tomorrow: America's World's Fairs of the 1930s posted articles about the fairs, as well as interviews, images, and videos. Follow their Wordpress blog.
Investigating Where We Live
Created by the National Building Museum in 1996, Investigating Where We Live is a summer outreach program designed for middle school and high school students ages 12-16 from the D.C. metropolitan area. Learn more about the program and follow their progress and updates on the Investigating Where We Live Blog.