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The Board of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum voted last week to charge admission to the museum, with the dollar amount expected to be $20-$25, upsetting some victims’ family members. By Corky Siemaszko The museum in the crucible … Continue reading
Our foolish obsession with stopping the next attack. By Juliette Kayyem There will be no politicians at the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. They are no longer invited. Organizers of the memorial have now … Continue reading
By Scott Wilson and Peter Finn After nearly a dozen years of foiled plots, the United States on Monday suffered the first large-scale bombing since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, opened an era of heightened security affecting nearly every … Continue reading
A great example of how a corporation can address a potential public relations disaster. Identify the problem, correct the problem, and apologize-quickly! United apologizes for reusing 9/11 flight numbers – Travel – News – msnbc.com.
This is an exceptionally poignant and personal commentary that puts 9/11 in perspective as well as the argument about the proposed “Ground Zero” mosque. An excellent commentary! Raina Wallens: My Husband Didn’t Stand for Hate.
Interesting view and commentary from Russell Simmons on this issue. Russell Simmons: Ground Zero Mosque: Digging a Hole in the Soul of America.