9/11 (Page 4)
On 9/11: The oldest city church holds a mass of peace, filled with memories and comfort
St. Paul’s Chapel served as a sanctuary for rescue workers and volunteers alike.
On 9/11: Bringing the message to children
Hate is what these men say they want to help children deal with.
On 9/11: Difficult conversations with children
Lori Crotty, 53, from Summit, NJ visited the 9/11 Memorial to commemorate the death of her husband on the attack. […]
On 9/11: Witnesses remember
“Sometimes you have to get knocked down to realize what it means to get back up again.”
On 9/11: A pub is filled with joy in remembrance
A place to come back to each year to honor and remember, but also to celebrate life
9/11 Anniversary: Firefighters shut out of memorial service
Limited space has allowed only victims’ families to take part in the service/
9/11 Anniversary: Art therapy aids the sick
Their art offers them a creative release for the trauma they experienced on that horrific day and the health problems they continue to battle now.
9/11 Anniversary: Memories of discarded shoes
For three local business owners working near the World Trade Center on September 11, shoes became a symbol ingrained in their experience and memory of that day.
9/11 Anniversary: In the midst of loss, a friendship is born
Tight security and a heavy police presence surrounded New York City’s financial district, as thousands commemorated the 12th anniversary of […]
9/11 Anniversary: Commemorative flags and baseball caps for sale
“We’re getting flack for selling stuff, but we’re not the Taliban,” said one vendor Anne Ellis.