Tag Archives: September 11th

Fifteen Years After 9/11 and America Continues to Adapt to the Violence

It’s amazing how quickly the unsettling feeling returns to my gut as I watch historical coverage of the 9/11 attacks. Most of my emotion from that day still resides inside because there is no box that can neatly contain such … Continue reading

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Importance Still Resonates 14 Years After 9/11

Having lived in Washington, DC on September 11, 2001, and seen the smoke rise from the Pentagon after it was attacked ensures I will never forget the significance this day holds. It serves as an excellent reminder to appreciate those … Continue reading

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A September To Remember

On this 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks I’ve been moved unlike in previous years to take a conscious look back at that dire morning and reflect upon how America has changed since. Partly this is due to 10 years … Continue reading

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September 11: In Retrospect

An exciting new exhibit was unveiled in the W340 Gallery of the AJB this past Friday.  Two works taking a symbolic look at the tragedy of the September 11th terrorist attacks were placed on a limited display. Casting a somber … Continue reading

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