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Join us for an inspirational evening as we recognize dedicated individuals who have made significant contributions in the aftermath of 9/11 and other tragedies.

On this solemn day of the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, we join in the outpouring of condolences for those who mourn her loss, while celebrating a life that truly inspired the world.

As we reflect on VOICES 21st Annual Remembrance Symposium, we want to recognize all those who contributed to making the event a big success. We especially appreciate our presenters – both those in law enforcement and those supporting the 9/11 community – who shared their time and talent.

As we commemorate the 21st Anniversary, we will Always Remember the 2,977 precious lives lost on September 11, 2001. We will Always Remember those who have been affected since.

Voices Center for Resilience is hosting its Annual Remembrance Symposium in partnership with the Leadership in Counter Terrorism Alumni Association (LinCT-AA) and the International Network Supporting Victims of Terrorism and Mass Violence (INVICTM).

Join us on Wednesday, August 31 and Wednesday, September 21 at 7:00pm as we gather virtually to support one another in advance of, and after, the upcoming anniversary.

VOICES is hosting its 21st Annual Remembrance Symposium in partnership with the Leadership in Counter Terrorism Alumni Association and the International Network Supporting Victims of Terrorism and Mass Violence.

For 21 years, VOICES has hosted our Annual Remembrance Symposium on September 9 and 10. Today we would like to highlight the September 10 program, entitled Support Beyond the 20th Anniversary, that will be held on the eve of the 9/11 Anniversary.

August is a busy time as we prepare for VOICES 21st Annual Remembrance Symposium this September 9 and 10 in New York City. We are very excited about our partnership with LinCT-AA and INVICTM, and the distinguished speakers who are participating in this year’s event.

Writing for as little as 10-15 minutes a day for 3-4 days about an upsetting experience can improve physical health, sleep, and reduce stress. Join us on Thursday, August 25 at 7:00pm for an interactive presentation with Jamie Pennebaker, a leading researcher focused on the relationship between expressive writing and physical/mental health.