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You Said It: Remembering 9/11

By Bryan Barber
On September 14, 2012



"What does 9/11 mean to you?"


"It's a hard thing to put into words," Barclay Tucker


"9/11 means to me a way of getting people together for something that's bigger than us," Taylore Aussiker


"It's just a chance for everyone to put aside their differences and just be together as a whole," Katrina Seymour


"It's a day that innocent people died for no reason," Mark Emerson


"I guess to me really 9/11 stands out as the one most significant historical event that really actually defined our generation," Rick Ouelette


"In my mid-teens I watched the World Trade Center being built from my Grandmother's apartment, where I lived, about 15-20 mins away. During a 6-year span I worked about 10 blocks away and where I walked to take the subway home. When I watched the two towers collapse I experienced a part of NYC that was lost. The city has never been the same since. One vision I had was the numerous escalators (about 10-15) going up/down to the path train to Jersey buried under the rubble. Very, very sad," Dr. Philip Parisi

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