Six extraordinary people reflect on how their worlds changed
It was on the 84th floor of the south tower. While 9/11 doesn’t haunt Clark to the extent that it does so many others, it lives in his shadow. Read their story.
We are as much a part of the fabric of this community as anyone. But people did not know this. So after 9/11, we opened our doors, ”says Hassan, the then president of the Muslim Mosque in London. Read their story.
Shirley Brooks-Jones started a student fund in a small town in Newfoundland after she was cared for by a local Lions club, creating lifelong friendships and Broadway. Read their story.
For the past two decades, Nobrega has had a unique, occasionally jarring vision of a world in flux. Afghanistan was simply the first stage. Read their story.
When the Taliban fell after 9/11, Afghanistan entered a period of hope. For Essazada, it feels like the Taliban have won again. Read their story.
Basnicki sees his father Ken, whom he lost at 16 on September 11, reflected in his life to this day: “Apparently, everything I do is similar to him,” he says. Read their story.