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  • May 30 Commemoration
    This month marks the 20th Anniversary of the closing of the rescue and recovery efforts at Ground Zero. On May 30 at 9:30am the National September 11 Memorial & Museum will commemorate this milestone with a ceremony.
  • VOICES May Highlights
    May 30 marks the 20th Anniversary of the closing of the recovery effort at Ground Zero, a milestone for those who worked tirelessly in the rescue and recovery effort. Thousands attended the ceremony that marked the closure of a 9-month process.
  • VOICES Stands With Ukraine
    VOICES shares a deep concern about the tragic events occurring in Ukraine and has provided links to humanitarian and financial resources for those fleeing Ukraine, and for those wanting to support the relief effort.
  • Last Photograph Presented for "In Memoriam" Exhibit
    In September, 2022 Jordan Freeman provided VOICES with a photograph of his friend and colleague, Antonio Dorsey Pratt. A recent New York Times article brought to light the significance of Antonio’s portrait.


Neighbors Gift Derby Woman Sept.11 Brick With Her Dad’s Name Engraved

The legacy of a Derby woman’s father who died in the World Trade Center terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 is now memorialized on a brick within the city’s monument marking that dark day in U.S. history. More.

As the 9/11 attacks occurred, a British prisoner recalls the ‘frantic’ terror of the US prison lockdown

On September 11, 2001, everyone can recall where they were. After two planes were hijacked, the World Trade Center was attacked, and the twin towers collapsed. The terror attacks killed nearly 3,000 people, and panic spread across the United States as fears of more attacks grew. More.