Sum it Up! #54

In this Sum it Up, we explore forensics and wrongful convictions. Identifying 9/11 victims On Aug 7, the Washington Post reported that “the remains of a man killed at the World Trade Center on 9/11 have been identified nearly 16 years after the terror attacks.” The article explains that 2’753 people were killed on September […]

Christa Miller: What’s so cold about 9/11?

This guest post was written by Christa Miller. Life goes on over 10 years and still the memories remain: the sound of 343 PASS alarms going off underneath the rubble of the Twin Towers; the sight of American flags hung everywhere, from every home on a suburban street to boulders along the highway; the Neil […]

Ten years after September 11

As we approach the ten-year anniversary of September 11, we are flooded with news. There are new threats. We see articles contemplating the threats from within and there are plenty of books out there about the ancient old divide “us versus them.” Amidst all those articles, I wanted to shed light on something that means a […]