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BY Marissa Maier | Even before September 11, 2001, Dr. Suzan Johnson Cook was accustomed to challenges. At the time, the Baptist minister led a congregation in the Bronx and a popular lunchtime sermon series in the Wall Street area. She tackled issues of tolerance on President William Clinton’s Initiative on Race. She served as […]

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Brook Peters insists he has not become an overnight celebrity and the most popular eighth grader at his school. That, however, is hard to believe. In the past month the 14-year-old has been featured on nearly every cable news network, including NY1, PIX11, FOX, NBC, CBS and CNN. He has a full page spread in […]

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Victor Wald, 49, and Harry Ramos, 41, met for the first time on Sept. 11, 2001. They encountered each other in a stairwell of the South Tower, where they worked. Ramos may have sacrificed his own life in assisting the fatigued Wald down the steps following the attacks. Witnesses heard Ramos telling Wald, “I’m not […]

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Last Thursday President Barack Obama visited Ground Zero for the first time since being elected, drawing hundreds of people to Lower Manhattan eager to catch a glimpse of the Commander in Chief. The World Trade Center site was one of several stops Obama made in New York that day to commemorate the victims of 9/11 […]

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Osama bin Laden, leader of the terrorist network al-Qaida, was killed during a raid carried out by U.S. forces 35 miles north of Islamabad in Pakistan on Sunday. His death came nine years, seven months and 20 days after the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks. As a result the last few days have led to mass […]

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Monday morning at Ground Zero people were still reflecting and reacting over the news of Osama bin Laden’s death.

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