Maree Dee on Instagram: “September 11, 2001. May we never forget the terrible events that happened on this day. Today, I am keeping those impacted by this…”
September 11, 2001. May we never forget the terrible events that happened on this day. Today, I am keeping those impacted by this terrible attack in my prayers. Please join me in prayer.
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We started the store front gallery for anyone who had used a camera to deal with 9/11. We were given thousands of pictures, which we hung on clothes lines and sold digital prints of, donating the money to the Childrens Aid Society. There are many images that stick in my mind. The planes, individual faces, the ash, the ruins, and then the bodies falling from the tower (David Surowiecki's photograph)—the horror of those realities, conveyed in picture after picture, is profound and moves me still.
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Attack Images - The 09-11-2001 Attacks on the USA. Archived News, Images, Photos, & Newspapers from the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks on New York City & The Pentagon.
Click here for a larger image. September11News.com - Attack Images and Graphics. The September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and hijackings in the USA on the World Trade Center towers in New York City and The Pentagon in Washington D.C. The attack on America on 09-11-2001 is a day of infamy. September 11 News has captured the news event with archived news, images, photos, pictures, news graphics, headlines of the day, web site archives, and the world's reaction.
New York State Senate Celebrates Women's History Month
Police Officer Moira Smith was among the first to respond to the September 11 attack at the World Trade Center on and was last seen evacuating people out of Tower Two, saving hundreds of lives. Described by the Daily News as having “the face of an angel and the heart of a lion,” Officer Smith was posthumously awarded the NYPD’s Medal of Honor, the department’s highest honor.