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Illness and Advocacy After 9/11

More than two decades after 9/11, its ongoing physical and mental health impact still deeply affects tens of thousands of individuals across the country who were in lower Manhattan and the surrounding area following the attacks, as well as those from around the world who participated in the rescue, recovery, and relief efforts. More.

9/11 Museum Will Offer Monthly Free Admission Day to New Yorkers

New York residents will soon be able to visit one of the city’s most moving museums at no cost. Starting on June 3, the 9/11 Museum (180 Greenwich St.) will offer free admission to New Yorkers on the first Monday of every month. More.

New 9/11 evidence alleges ties between hijackers, Saudi government

A federal judge is expected to rule on a lawsuit against Saudi Arabia on whether to release a key piece of evidence in the 9/11 attacks, more than 20 years after they happened. More.

9/11 lawsuit ‘our last chance for justice’: Victim family member

The wife of a 9/11 victim says a federal lawsuit against Saudi Arabia over alleged ties to the hijackers is the families’ “last chance for justice” regarding the 2001 attacks. More.

9/11 Never Forget Mobile Exhibit making stop in Elkhart

Right now, there’s a really powerful exhibit being set up in Elkhart. “Never forget” was the promise millions of Americans made following the events of 9/11, and that promise is continuing to be fulfilled through a unique exhibit that just arrived in the “City with a Heart.” More.

Memorial pays tribute to thousands of servicemembers killed in action since 9/11

At Fort Adams State Park, volunteers are carefully lining up more than thousands of combat boots in a large grid. Each boot is adorned with an American flag and the name of a military member who’s been killed in action in the post-9/11 Global War on Terror. More.

Trauma-Informed Expr auma-Informed Expressive & Creative Arts Ther ts Therapy with Survivors of Mass Shootings

Survivors of mass shootings often suffer from psychological impact and mental health issues, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), prolonged grief, depression, and anxiety. These individuals, who have been directly or indirectly exposed to the trauma, may find it challenging to find support and services that cater to their unique needs. More.

Arlington to dedicate memorial honoring local 9/11 ERA heroes on Memorial Day

Arlington, Washington, is set to unveil a memorial this Memorial Day to honor their own fallen heroes of the recent conflicts that have stained the pages of history following the tragic events of September 11, 2001. More.