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Remembering: 9/11 Memorials to Visit Honor the Day Today by Ls Cohen

The Truth About 9/11 | The British Conspiracy Road Trip (US History Documentary) | Real Stories

Andrew Maxwell takes five typical young British conspiracy believers on a road trip from New York to Washington to try and tackle the truth about the events of 9/11.

There are a number of ways to honor those who sacrificed their lives as heroes and those we lost on September 11th across Long Island.

Nassau County 9/11 Memorial – The County also put together a list of Nassau County residents lost on 9/11. View it here. Where: Nassau County 9/11 Memorial, Nassau County September 11 Memorial, Westbury.

911 Responders Remembered Memorial Park – The pure mission of the 911 Responders Remembered Park, Inc. Board is to build a park that will honor and recognize the heroes who have died, and continue to die since September 11th. Where: 911 Smithtown Boulevard, Lake Ronkonkoma.

List of Steel Beam Memorials – After the World Trade Center was attacked on September 11, 2001, steel beams recovered from Ground Zero were shipped across the country to stand as solemn reminders of the events that occurred that day, and as memorials for those who lost their lives in the attacks. Over 80 steel beam memorial sites can be found on Long Island at schools, parks, fire departments, and other religious and civic groups. They are listed as National Memorial Sites, and are meant to be peaceful places for remembrance and reflection.  Each year, many of these locations host annual 9/11 memorial events.

Diamond in the Pines 9/11 Learning Site – The memorial was organized largely through the hard work of Rocky Point High School teacher Rich Acritelli. He has led the effort to create this memorial to honor the many lives lost on 9/11, to honor the rescue worker efforts in the days that followed, and to honor the veterans of the War on Terror. Where: Diamond in the Pines Park, 1844 Route 112.

Remembrance Wall at Point Lookout Town Park – This site is the spot where hundreds gathered on September 11, 2001 to look across the water to NYC and the The World Trade Center on that terrible day. Where: Point Lookout Town Park, 1300 Lido Boulevard, Lido Beach.

September 11th Memorial at Cemetery of the Holy Rood – The September 11th Memorial at Cemetery of the Holy Rood features the names of over 400 men and women who lost their lives due to the events of September 11, 2001. Where: Cemetery of the Holy Rood, 111 Old Country Road, Westbury. To read more go to the link below:

https://www.911memorial.org

“Turning Point”: Legacy of the U.S. Response to 9/11 Is Terror, Domestic Surveillance & Drones

September 11, 2021, marks the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., we look at a new five-part documentary series on Netflix about the attacks and the response from the United States, both at home and abroad. “Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror” features a wide range of interviews with survivors of the attacks, U.S. officials, former CIA members and veterans, as well as soldiers in the Afghanistan National Army, Taliban commanders, Afghan officials, warlords, and civilians. “What we really wanted to do was tell the story not just of what happened that day, but how we got there and where our response to those attacks took us as a country,” says director Brian Knappenberger. We also speak with co-executive producer Mohammed Ali Naqvi, an award-winning Pakistani filmmaker, who says the film was an attempt to go “beyond the binary narrative of good versus evil.”
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