Where I was when the world stopped turning..... 

Date Submitted: 2/16/2017
Author Info: Austin (Bergholz, Oh - USA) 
Occupation: Other 
Lived in NY on 9.11.01?: No 
Knew someone who perished?: No 

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I wasn't born yet, but as the years went by and as I learned more about it, the more it impacted me. Every time I see video of the towers collapsing or being hit, it makes me sick to think that so many innocent people died. Now I'm the one who asks "Where were you on 9/11?" 

 

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Melissa (Richfield - USA)
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Lucas (Stockholm - Europe)
1/30/2018

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Adrian (Fort worth - USA)
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Brianne (Edmonton - Canada)
12/29/2017

Fort Drum

Charles (Pittsburgh - USA)
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Sam (Exeter - Europe)
11/23/2017

Confused

Chloe (San Diego - USA)
11/10/2017

The Moment of my first deployment

Aaron (Charlottesville, VA - USA)
9/30/2017

Like it was yesterday

Agus (Silver Springs, MD - USA)
9/29/2017

Where was I 9/11

Tessa (Winchester - USA)
9/13/2017

what happened on 9/11

kathelyn (poughkeepsie nyc, ny, guatemala - USA)
9/12/2017

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As America confronts these tragic circumstances, it is imperative that the situation is not compounded by expressions of religious or ethnic intolerance. The greatness of our nation rests on the exceptional diversity of religions, nationalities, and ethnic backgrounds which characterize its people.

Statement of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
9/12/01

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