Grief is always painful, but it feels like someone turns up the volume on our grief during the holidays. We hope you will join us, for a virtual workshop on Wednesday, December 8, as we explore experiences of loss during the holiday season.
View VOICES private, curated collection of artistic expressions by artists of all ages from around the world. The 20th Anniversary was a fitting time to share our collection of art – reflections of hope and healing in response to 9/11.
Join us on November 3 at the New York Athletic Club for an inspirational evening as we reflect on the milestone of the 20th Anniversary. This year we will recognize and honor Robert Hurst, Edie Lutnick, and General David Petraeus, US Army (Ret.).
NBC producer talks 9/11 with HHS students during weeklong symposium
Hendersonville High's social studies department held its annual symposium last week with the theme "September 11, 2001 – Twenty Years Later." An assembly held Friday, Nov. 19 featured guest speaker Christian Martin, a former producer for NBC who was on scene at the World Trade Center when the towers fell and whose footage was featured on major news networks. More.
9/11: 20 Years Later, A Father Mourns
Lieutenant Colonel Shamrao Thatte's lovely Indian-American granddaughter, of eloquent light eyes and long shiny black hair, turned 21 at the end of August. He last met her 20 years ago. And has not spoken to her in between either. It's his misfortune he feels. There's regret that he doesn't know her. But not overpowering sadness. More.
Voices Center for Resilience (VOICES) announced today the opening of its 20th Anniversary Art Exhibit - VOICES of Expression: Messages of Hope and Healing on September 1 at the Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan, CT.