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David Potorti

My oldest brother Jim Potorti worked for Marsh McLennan on the 95th floor of the North Tower of the World Trade Center. It wasn’t until three days after 9/11 that… Read more »

Ari Radcliffe-Greene

People forget that hate is the enemy. When the morning of September 11th, 2001 was over, the country was looking for a new way to turn. I was confused, 6… Read more »

Terry Rockefeller

My sister, Laura, was a graduate of the musical theatre department at Syracuse University.  Laura had a beautiful, clear, soprano voice and a warm, wonderful laugh. After she finished college,… Read more »

Phyllis and Orlando Rodriguez

Phyllis Born in 1943, I have lived all my life in and around New York City.  I have worked as a teacher and artist, and have always been involved in… Read more »

Julia Rodriguez

Julia Rodriguez is supporting her parents’ positive message in addition to educating college students about our justice system both before and after 9/11 my position as a history professor. She has… Read more »

Aidan Salamone

I found September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows (PT) in February 2022, when the Biden administration’s Executive Order 14064 made the prospect of 9/11 families successfully suing for billions of… Read more »

Wright Salisbury

I’m an activist, so after the cowardly attacks on 9/11, I got to work immediately to try to undo some of the damage done to our country.  My son-in-law, Ted… Read more »

Karen Shea

Karen Shea  is an assistant principal at an alternative school in Denver, Colorado.  She was a 21 year old, first year high school social studies teacher on September 11, 2001 when her… Read more »

Bill Tammeus

Bill Tammeus, a journalist who spent most of his career with The Kansas City Star, is the uncle of Karleton D. B. Fyfe, a passenger on the first plane to… Read more »

John Titus

I often ponder the mystery of life and this journey I’m on. Even though I am but a finite being trying to understand the Infinite, it is vitally important to… Read more »

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