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Free Online Resources About 9/11

Twenty years after September 11, 2001, the first generation that grew up in a world profoundly altered by the attacks is coming of age. Many of these young adults have little or no memory of the day itself. More.

They Lost Loved Ones In 9/11. We Invited Them To Leave A Voicemail In Their Memory

Voicemails are deeply embedded into memories of 9/11. On that day in 2001, as people all across New York City tried to get hold of their friends and family, cellphone networks were overloaded. And for some of the victims inside the planes and towers, leaving a voicemail was their last way of communicating with their loved ones. More.

Christine Lee Hanson, youngest 9/11 victim, remembered as a 'really special little girl'

Christine Lee Hanson, a toddler who loved Mickey Mouse and making her family smile, was less than an hour into her first airplane ride, sitting with her mom and dad, when her father placed a call to his parents. “Dad,” Peter Hanson said over the phone, “I think we’re being hijacked.” More.

Smithsonian Artifacts That Tell the Story of 9/11

Following the tragedies that took place on September 11, 2001, curators at the Smithsonian Institution recognized the urgency of documenting this unprecedented moment in American history. More.

9/11 First Responders Face A High Cancer Risk But Are Also More Likely To Survive

On the morning of September 11, 2001, Elizabeth Cascio, an emergency medical technician with the New York City Fire Department, was in Queens directing a first responder training program, when the team got a call to mobilize to the World Trade Center. More.

Honoring those lost on 9/11: Remembering a Houston woman’s heroic efforts on Flight 93

As the country gets closer to the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, the family of one of the heroes lost on United Airlines Flight 93 continues to share her story and honor her legacy. The father of Lauren Catuzzi Grandcolas tells KPRC 2 they will continue to keep her memory alive. More.

VOICES Center of Resilience to host two-day symposium for 20th anniversary of 9/11 attacks

A two-day symposium will look back on the events of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and look forward to the future of the city. On Sept. 9-10, VOICES Center for Resilience will host its 20th Anniversary Remembrance Symposium. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days at the New York Marriott Downtown, located at 85 West Street, and online. More.

Families of 9/11 victims are still looking for answers in court

The US government and its NATO allies invaded Afghanistan almost immediately after the September 11, 2001, terror attacks, seeking accountability from al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden for murdering nearly 3,000 people. More.