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911 - Library of Congress

On September 11, 2001, two of the planes were flown into the towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, a third plane hit the Pentagon just outside Washington, D.C., and the fourth plane crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Often referred to as 9/11, the attacks resulted in extensive death and destruction, triggering major U.S. initiatives to combat terrorism and defining the presidency of George W. Bush. Over 3,000 people were killed during the attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C., including more than 400 police officers and firefighters
World Trade Center, September 23, 2001.
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[Street map showing ground zero area of lower Manhattan in New York City, following the September 11th terrorist attack] / René Levy.

[Street map showing ground zero area of lower Manhattan in New York Ci...

Red words on overlays include: Lost, dreams, innocence, visions, souls, creativity, future, hope.

Self portrait / K. Murphy.

Self portrait / K. Murphy.

Photograph showing pair of cupped hands.

No No
Safe - Suspect / by Linda Hesh.

Safe - Suspect / by Linda Hesh.

Two adjacent portraits of a man. "Safe" shows him with a goatee and "Suspect" shows him with a full beard and darker skin.

Stop hate / Steinweiss.

Stop hate / Steinweiss.

Images of the American flag and World Trade Center towers in the shape of a heart.

Dream state, 10:05 a.m., 9/11/01 / D[...].

Dream state, 10:05 a.m., 9/11/01 / D[...].

People watching the World Trade Center burning from a distance, following the September 11th terrorist attack, New York City.

After the screaming I ran to the roof with my camera and started shooting. I felt nothing. It was like watching a movie / Marc Yankus.

After the screaming I ran to the roof with my camera and started shoot...

Photograph shows burning World Trade Center buildings with church dome in foreground following September 11th terrorist attack in New York City.

Infamy II
Remote control, 2000 / Nebojsa Seric Shoba.

Remote control, 2000 / Nebojsa Seric Shoba.

Poster showing a remote control device capable of "life/death" decisions, suggesting that the power to manipulate one person's life is often in another person's hands. Created in response to the September 11th ... more

Breathe

Breathe

Photograph shows man wearing dust mask.

Ahhhh
Ré-action

Ré-action

Picture shows a large assembly of Muslims seen from behind; the word "Ré-action" is hand-written in red across the image.

The World Trade Center attack was awful and my cousin's leg got broken from the people running on him / Erik Colbourne.

The World Trade Center attack was awful and my cousin's leg got broken...

Drawing shows World Trade Center towers, New York City, with text written around them and crying eyes in upper right corner.

My name is Marc and my friend Joey worked on the 105th floor of No. 1 World Trade Center ... / Marc Whalen.

My name is Marc and my friend Joey worked on the 105th floor of No. 1 ...

Portrait of a boy next to stars and strips of the American flag, with text describing his reaction to the loss of his friend during the September 11th terrorist attack on New York City.

Prayer for my block--Chambers Street / Carter Hodgkin.

Prayer for my block--Chambers Street / Carter Hodgkin.

A photograph of a New York City street superimposed with Arabic text. Decorative colored papers surround the image.

9-11-01, New York City / Andrea Arroyo.

9-11-01, New York City / Andrea Arroyo.

Burning World Trade Center towers depicted as two columns of the repeated word "unreal," during the September 11th terrorist attack on New York City.

What was your first reaction? Vukovar 91, Mogadishu 93, Sarajevo 92 ... / / Maria Dujmović Kondres.

What was your first reaction? Vukovar 91, Mogadishu 93, Sarajevo 92 .....

Picture shows vignettes of ballet dancers performing, with text superimposed.

Curb your god / Daniel Young.

Curb your god / Daniel Young.

Print based on the "Curb your dog" signs.

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