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Remembering those who lost their lives on this day 75 years ago in Pearl Harbor. “A date which will live in infamy.” -FDR
Visitors of the 9/11 Memorial leave tributes not only on the parapets, but at the Survivor Tree as well. Recovered from the rubble, it represents hope, healing and resilience. These hearts were left last month.
Careful consideration was taken into the placement of the names on the 9/11 Memorial. Arranged in groups by “meaningful adjacencies” names were inscribed on the parapets in accordance with where the victims were that day. The system allows relatives, friends, co-workers and people who had just met but shared their last moments together to be listed side by side on the Memorial.
Patricia Fagan was a gregarious person who struck up conversations wherever she went. On 9/11, she was at work on the 98th floor of the South Tower when hijacked Flight 175 struck the building. Months later, the NYPD’s World Trade Center Property Recovery Unit returned this purse to her sister. Although damaged, the contents of the purse give us a glimpse into her life. [ 911memorial.io Link ]...
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As night begins to fall over NYC, the 9/11 Memorial pools are illuminated and light shines through the names on the parapets, reflecting absence.
“In the darkest hours of 9/11 when our country was at risk of losing all hope, the raising of this American flag by our first responders helped reaffirm that the nation would endure, would recover and rebuild, that we would always remember and honor all of those who lost their lives and risk their own to save others,” -9/11 Memorial President Joe Daniels
Within hours of the 9/11 attacks, the FBI launched the largest and most complex investigation in its history, supervised by Special Agent Mary Galligan. Tonight Galligan looks back on the investigation in conjunction with the 15th anniversary of 9/11.
Arkady Zaltsman was born in Moldova. As an architect, he helped to design Moldova’s parliament building. In 1990, Arkady and his family moved to the United States, settling in Brooklyn. He was a project manager for Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. On 9/11, he was in a meeting at Aon Corporation on the South Tower’s 105th floor. Today would have been his 61st birthday. [ 911memorial.io Link ]
Overwhelmed with emotion like so many New Yorkers in the wake of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Manju Shandler sought to ground herself through the process of making art. She chose to express the magnitude of loss through individual paintings, one for each victim. Approximately 850 of the 3,000 paintings she created are on display in the “Rendering the Unthinkable” exhibition now on...
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A night view of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. Did you know that the Tridents are the only artifact from the Twin Towers that can be seen from the memorial and the first artifact you encounter in the museum?
Hours after the attacks of 9/11, New Yorkers gathered in Union Square to mourn. People brought flowers, flags, candles and sang songs of peace and patriotism at the vigil.

Photo by: Brandon Remler
While most of the trees on the 9/11 Memorial are losing their leaves, the Survivor Tree stands tall covered in shades of amber.
CeeCee Lyles lived in Fort Myers, FL with her husband, her two sons and his two sons. In her free time, she volunteered at a women’s shelter. After six years as a police officer, CeeCee secured her dream job as a flight attendant in the fall of 2000. On September 11, she was working for United Airlines on board Flight 93. Today CeeCee would have turned 49 years old.
Reflections of ONE WORLD OBSERVATORY in the north pool of the 9/11 Memorial. Photo: Ben Hider
“It isn't what you have in your pocket that makes you thankful, but what you have in your heart.”-Author Unknown

Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours.
In a show of patriotic solidarity, first responders marched in the 2001 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade carrying two American flags. From above, the flags took on the form of the Twin Towers. [ 911memorial.io Link ]

Photo by: Sherry Cohen

Remembering Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade After 9/11

“We’re stronger in the places that we’ve been broken.” -Ernest Hemingway
We are happy to announce that Alice Greenwald has been named President & CEO of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. For over a decade, Greenwald has overseen the articulation and implementation of a vision for the 9/11 Memorial & Museum as the Director and Executive Vice President for Exhibitions, Collections and Education. Greenwald will assume the role of President & CEO as of January 1, 2017...
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On September 11, NYPD Detective Tony Favara of Emergency Service Unit 6 responded to the attacks on the Twin Towers. He assisted in the evacuation and survived the collapse of both towers. After 9/11 he worked at Ground Zero for nine months and later donated his hard hat to the 9/11 Memorial & Museum collection. [ 911memorial.io Link ]

Gift of Detective Tony Favara, NYPD - Emergency Service...
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A family member creates a rubbing of New York City Fire Department (FDNY) firefighter Lee S. Fehling’s name on the 9/11 Memorial. Names are stencil-cut into the parapets, allowing visitors to look through the names at the water. At night, light shines up through the voids created by each letter of a name.