9/11 ‘rolls like a movie’ in Brian Clark’s brain
He was on the 84th floor of the south tower. While 9/11 does not haunt Clark to the degree it does so many others, he lives in its shadow. Read his story.
‘Hatred thrives when there is fear:’ What David Adeeb Hassan has learned since 9/11
‘We are as much a part of the fabric of this community as anyone. But people didn’t know this. So post-9/11, we opened our doors,’ says Hassan, the then-chairman of the London Muslim Mosque. Read his story.
In the chaos of 9/11, finding comfort in Newfoundland
Shirley Brooks-Jones started a fund for students in a small town in Newfoundland after a local Lions Club looked out for her—leading to lifelong friendships and Broadway. Read her story.
An incomplete mission: For Chris Nobrega, no wars were won after 9/11
Over the past two decades, Nobrega has had a unique, occasionally jarring, view of a world in flux. Afghanistan was merely the first stage. Read his story.
Post 9/11, young Afghans tasted peace. Now, Hadia Essazada is in exile.
When the Taliban fell after 9/11, Afghanistan entered a period of hope. For Essazada, it feels as if the Taliban have won again. Read her story.
After 9/11, Brennan Basnicki is living his father’s legacy
Basnicki sees his father Ken, whom he lost at 16 on 9/11, reflected in his life to this day: ‘Apparently, everything I do is similar to him,’ he says. Read his story.