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We Remember September 11

September 11, 2001


Flag found in World Trade Towers Rubble
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Prayers for Peace

Native Leaders Speak

From the National Association of School Psychologists

Message from the Dalai Lama

We are at the Crossroads

 

"WE UNDERSTAND" by Cherokee Mangus 

September 11, 2002


Fire Engine door recovered from WTT Rubble
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September 11, 2002- We Remember

A NATION GRIEVES 

Charlotte Aldebron, 12, Speaks

In remembrance of 911...so we don't forget...

Moose antler blade carved by Ray Stuart,   Madawaska Maliseet First Nation (eaglesinfligh28@hotmail.com

 9/11 and Acoma Pueblo
Homeland security in Indian Country

http://www.common-place.org/pastimes/200408.shtml
 9/11 As History
Curriculum Commemorating 9/11 Free to Educators Nationwide
http://www.familiesandwork.org/911ah/911ashistory.html
 Witness and Response
September 11 Acquisitions at the Library of Congress
http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/911/
  World Trade Center Site Memorial Competition
Images of the 5201 submissions from 63 nations and 49 states for the World Trade Center Site Memorial
  http://www.wtcsitememorial.org/

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